Published on January 4, 2016 By Island Dog In PC Gaming

In 2015 we saw lots of great games make their way to the PC. I was looking back at what I played and which I found the most enjoyable.

Galactic Civilizations III - Had a lot of fun with GCIII, and it's one of my favorite Stardock games.

Anno 2205 - As a fan of the Anno series I was disappointed in this. It looks good but didn't seem to hold my interest for very long. 

Star Wars Battlefront - As a big Star Wars fan I was excited for this, but the game got repetitive real fast.

Rainbow Six Siege - I didn't plan on getting this, but after playing the beta I picked it up. It turned out to be one of my favorites of the year. 

Grand Theft Auto V - Another game I had lots of fun with after not really caring much for the previous game.

Cities: Skylines - This is a great city-builder and a game I definitely recommending picking up.

So those were some of the games I played and enjoyed last year. How about you?


Comments (Page 2)
on Jan 07, 2016


@joasoze the demo's been out for a while. My opinion: shallow garbage

It is a bit more of a filler than a 4x clearly  


Thanks for the feedback

on Jan 08, 2016

DC Universe Online, Age of Wonders 3, Eador - MotBW, Might & Magic X - Legacy, Endless Legend

some old stuff like Neverwinter Nights 1+2, Eternal Darkness,

and perhaps the greatest joy was in finding some arcade games I played as kid (now in Dosbox) esp. Joe & Mac, Tiger Road, 3Wonders (Midnight Wanderers, Chariot)

on Jan 20, 2016

I've found myself playing almost entirely CCGs and FUMBBL (which is a java based blood bowl client).


MMDoC, which is the king, but is also dead sadly

Magic Duels, which is fine if you like MtG, but frankly, I find it kind of dull as they have too few game options and zero tournaments

Spellweaver which started great, but somewhere I hit a wall with it and rarely fire it up

Star Crusade which is similar to Hearth Stone mechanically, but I find I like it much better, still open Beta, so hop in and get a head start I guess


Anything else has been the odd play through of Long War, CiV when I have that urge, Thea the Awakening which is a nice little survival/3X (no expand)/roguelike kind of thing, and a few play throughs of Bionic Dues, which is for my money the best product Arcen has ever had.