1: Grand Theft Auto 5
Even if you have played the previous generation version you need to get this game, it is the same story but so much more immersive, with the introduction of first person mode, crashing a car has never been more realistic, more cars, nature and the use of the higher spec machine makes this a must buy
2: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Being the most successful first person shooter series. This doesn't disappoint, the game is visually astonishing, with the best video game faces I’ve ever seen. matching the ridiculous fun of the first two Call of Duty: Modern Warfare games while dropping the gestures toward moral seriousness
3: Dragon Age: Inquisition
Taking over 90 hours to complete, Dragon Age: Inquisition is not only one of the most expansive RPGs I’ve ever played, but one of the few that successfully fills its gorgeous, massive world with meaningful things to do and see.
4: Assassins Creed Unity
Having stepped away from the sea fairing adventures we took last time, Unity takes us to a beautifully busy french backdrop, less of the monotonous missions and the ability to team up on missions make it another successful time hopping, hidden blade wealding adventure.
5: Far Cry 4
Diversity is one of Far Cry 4’s strongest assets, and it overwhelms the mostly disappointing story with countless opportunities for free-form adventure and fun. Visual variety, tons of distinct side-quests, and a dense world with plenty of options always gave me something I wanted to do, and its satisfying economy had me obsessing over completing every side-quest.