My Top 5 Video Games of 2016

Another year down, more video games to countdown. There was plenty to play in the year of 2016, but unfortunately I cannot play them all. Here are 5 of my most definite favorites though. Lets start with some honorable mentions:

Street Fighter V: Street Fighter V just missed the cut because it got off to a rough start. It got pushed out to the public a bit early and ultimately was an unfinished product. Capcom has been working hard to fix some of the issues with it and its now shaping up to be a pretty great game. The future of Street Fighter V is looking bright.

Dark Souls 3: I’ve never been that big of a fan of this series, but I was able to have quite a bit of fun with DS3. It wont make me like the Souls games over Bloodborne though. Still hoping a sequel will be made.

And the FINAL honorable mention goes to Final Fantasy XV. FFXV is a fantastic game, but it left more to be desired from me. We do know that Square-Enix has future DLC plans for the game, which is exciting.

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What Are Ya Playin’ This Weekend?

Happy Friday gamers! It’s been a while since “What are ya playin,” has made an appearance, but its back! Heck, it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, but I took an unintentional break from writing, but lets talk some video games.

I will be working on keeping my cool while trying to play Dark Souls 3. I have beaten 5 bosses so far so I am making progress! I will also be playing the Overwatch Beta and will be squeezing some Street Fighter V in as well.

That’s enough about me, what about you? What are you playing this weekend? Sound off in the comment section.

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Dark Souls 3 to be Announced at E3


As reported by VG247, their sources have reported that Bandai Namco will announce Dark Souls 3 at E3. The good news is Hidetaka Miyazaki is returning to direct it.

Miyazaki has also directed Demon Souls, Dark Souls, and the PlayStation exclusive Bloodborne. Dark Souls 2 was directed by Tomohiro Shibuya and Yui Tanimura while Miyazaki supervised them.

There not much much else know other than that. We shall get more information when E3 rolls around.

Source: VG247