These Are the 50 Video Games I Reviewed in 2015

The part where you raid tombs is eminently satisfying.

Reviewing video games is the reason why this website exists. Although I enjoy writing, editing and posting other types of articles (such as editorials and lists,) the review format is my favorite for whatever reason and I hope it shows. In 2015, I reviewed fifty video games that came out on different platforms (that’s roughly one review per week for a year) and even though that’s just a number, I think it represents all the work that’s behind each end every one of those posts. As you can see, the list is pretty much all over the place and in the future, I’ll be trying to focus on fewer genres. In the meantime, here are all the games I reviewed in 2015.

  1. Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection
  2. Soulcalibur III
  3. Harvest Moon: Back to Nature Review
  4. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
  5. Silent Hill
  6. Need for Speed Carbon: Own the City
  7. Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble
  8. Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess
  9. Sonic Rivals
  10. Sonic Rivals 2
  11. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions
  12. Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
  13. Ms. Splosion Man
  14. JUJU
  15. Tomb Raider
  16. Chrono Trigger
  17. BioShock Infinite
  18. Spec Ops: The Line
  19. Locoroco
  20. Broken Age
  21. Crysis
  22. Daxter
  23. Wipeout Pure
  24. Rock Band Blitz
  25. Dark Souls
  26. Capcom Classics Collection Remixed
  27. Halo 2 for Windows Vista
  28. Green Day Rock Band
  29. Sam & Max: Save the World
  30. The Walking Dead: Season Two
  31. Left 4 Dead
  32. Transistor
  33. Stacking
  34. King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember
  35. Nidhogg
  36. Borderlands
  37. The Warriors
  38. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
  39. Final Fantasy VII
  40. Sonic Mega Collection Plus
  41. Tales from the Borderlands
  42. Dishonored
  43. Canabalt
  44. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
  45. Game of Thrones
  46. L.A. Noire
  47. Galcon Labs
  48. 1000 Tiny Claws
  49. Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded
  50. BreakQuest