Top “Triple A” Action Games

These are the Triple-A games you can’t miss by the end of the year.

As we well know, after a long time involved in this, the year of the video game aficionado goes through streaks that are determined by the commercial interests dictated by the market. After a summer that, as usual, has been slightly dry, comes the autumn loaded with novelties that will keep us very entertaining and that will have its culmination with a hectic Christmas season on all platforms.

So far in the last few weeks, we’ve had good movement with titles like ‘Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain,’ ‘Super Mario Maker’ or ‘Forza Motorsport 6’, but don’t think it ends here. So many temptations threaten our savings that we have decided to prepare a list with the large-caliber games that are on the way if no delay prevents it; tomorrow we will complete the selection with the indies that you will not have to miss if you want to have a good time this year. Here we go.

  1. Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void

Blizzard’s great space odyssey in trilogy format comes to an end with the chapter focused on the Protoss race, bringing under his arm a new campaign to complete, new game modes and a very particular focus on his multiplayer, increasingly oriented to the field of competition. Look for what you’re looking for, here’s a good strategy for a while.

  1. Star Wars Battlefront

After the first announcement of certain communicative clumsiness that aroused the public’s reticence, EA has managed to conquer our hearts with every new detail published, and to this day we can only wish to play it in its entirety. For now, the beta is ready to start, so choose sides and prepare for a battle that promises to be epic.

  1. Xenoblade Chronicles X

The first Wii proved to be a fantastic refuge for the old guard of RPG lovers, and its successor intends to follow its path timidly. Nothing better for this than a new chapter of the ‘Xeno’ saga by masters of the genre such as Monolith Soft, which comes from now on with the label of indispensable hanging from the arm.

  1. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate

Another year and another chapter of the ‘Assassin’s Creed’ saga, with more and more fireworks in its presentation and more doubts on the part of followers. Ubisoft is determined to squeeze this chicken until it has no more golden eggs left to lose, this time with Victorian London as the scene of a class battle in which we will have to take part.

  1. Guitar Hero Live

After a period of relative drought, 2015 has marked the return of rhythm games with instruments, a bubble that a few years ago almost completely covered the industry. The proposal for Activision comes with more renewal than its direct competitor, ‘Rock Band 4’, but deep down we all know perfectly well what we can expect from these proposals. Will the old rockers succeed again?

  1. The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes

We run out of the desired chapter of ‘The Legend of Zelda’ in Wii U until further notice, but in the absence of bread, we will have to settle for the multiplayer cakes that this successor of the ‘Four Swords’ model will offer us on Nintendo’s laptop. It’s not the return to Hyrule we expect the most, but I’m sure it won’t be short of fun.

  1. Halo 5: Guardians

What am I going to say that you don’t already know about the ‘Halo’ saga at this point in life? Now under the arm of 343 Industries, applauded by some and despised by others, the series starring The Master Chief is set here to take a step further both at the campaign level and in his ambitious multiplayer. Mandatory for all Xbox One holders and a good enough excuse for those who do not yet have this machine to consider buying.

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops III

Another annual cutting saga that could not miss its appointment with the autumn, that arrives this time with light and necessary air of renovation for its multiplayer mode, in addition to the equal contribution of technical vitamins that will make it one of the most visually striking titles we have ever tasted. For the rest, the little surprise here: he will succeed in sales and haters going to hate.

  1. Fallout 4

The most Agora of the place set out to stir up its graphics section when the game was first presented, but they were short-sighted with that assessment, as ‘Fallout’ is much more than a pretty face. From its premiere in the new generation, we can only expect the greatest, and our body is ready to spend hours touring the apocalypse.

  1. Rise of the Tomb Raider

A rather beautiful duel between Lara and Nathan was expected to end this year, but since Sony’s standard-bearer has decided to delay until 2016, we will have to “settle” with the Queen of adventure, who is now living a splendid second youth. For now, only on Microsoft consoles, although it is well known to all that it will reach more ground in the future.

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