Yo, folks, it's your homeboy F-Dawg, also known as Forrest... Every year, I like to evaluate what games I've played that game out in the year and then put them into a little list of my favourites and was wondering if anyone had any other lists such as this. So, 'gamers', put your lists below and I guess I'll start: Forrest's Top 10: 10. 9. 8. 7. THESE FOUR ARE RESERVED, I STILL NEED TO RECEIVE SOME GAMES. 6. Fifa 16 I get bored and play Pro Clubs with friends or Career Mode. Career has improved from 14, which I last played, and the Pro Clubs is fun, especially when the disfigured player scores a hat trick in thirty minutes. 5. Football Manager 2016 Haha, FM 2016 is #5 because I've actually put time into this failing as Anderlecht. More challenging then it's predecesors, it actually challenges you to build a good tactic and squad together, no matter the team. 4. The Witcher 3 Listen, I know nothing about the Witcher universe and have played this game for an hour or so and honestly...the Combat isn't great imo. Apart from that, the RPG, story and dialogue in the game is the shining part of it, which is why it's #4 3. Fallout 4 A bit biased on my list but it's my list. I enjoy the exploration of Fallout's land, especially when it comes to the commonwealth, a place referenced in FO3. The different locations and quests are interesting to do but as time goes on, the combat does get weary and with stripped RPG 2. Batman: Arkham Knight Man, The Combat in the Arkham series is great and by now, I have the controls down right after City but man, the story in Knight, although I have not finished it, is good. Batmobile can be annoying at times but it's not as bad now and No, I haven't included the PC version in the list, this is the Xbox version. AND NUMBER ONE.... 1. Undertale If you've recognised my Avatar or talked to me on Skype, you'd know Undertale has been my fav game of the year. Created by Toby Fox, this is an Earthbound like RPG, complete with unique monsters and a unique feature...a Spare feature, meaning you don't have to kill everyone in the game (although, if Genocide is your thing, I won't judge you.) The music in this game is probably the best bit with the characters being a close second. The combat is essentially RPG mixed with Bullet Hell, but not too much of a hell, allowing you to finish each section. Boss battles are also fun and the multiple endings are worth it.