Greg Burke is back with the final Top 10 list of 2016. Here are our Top 10 Games of the Year 2016.
With the Shacknews Game of the Year revealed, it's time to take a look at our Chatty Community's favorite games, and how their votes impacted the site's overall list.
For its combination of breathless gameplay, goofy gore, and respect for its roots, Doom is Shacknews' Game of the Year 2016.
As the Shacknews Game of the Year countdown rolls on, we enlist a "Friend of Shack" to tell us about some of his favorites from the last year.
Blizzard's newest team-based shooter is one of the most popular games of the year, and with good reason.
I loved Overwatch and Titanfall as much as the next guy, but my favorites included a shocking number of 3DS games this year too.
As a sequel that had a lot to live up to, Dishonored 2 did its job and then some.
Not every game is GOTY material, but these underappreciated games still deserve your attention.
The greatest role-playing game to come from Japan in years comes in at number four on our list.
Pokemon Sun and Moon brought new life to the franchise's main titles with a plethora of small, yet important changes.
Shacknews might not have voted these games as Games of the Year, but that hasn’t stopped Josh from loving them.
It turns out going back to the Great War was just the jolt of inspiration needed to make a great Battlefield campaign.
Don't be expecting anything besides PC games of the strategy or role-playing variety from Keefer's personal favorites.
The Last Guardian isn't a perfect game, but the story, the bond made between the main characters, and the age-old adage of a boy and his dog help the game shine through, making it to the number 7 spot on our Game of the Year list.
From costumes to full-fledged add-on scenarios, these were the best pieces of DLC all year.
Dark Souls 3 crowns one of the most engrossing, innovative, challenging, and memorable franchises in the history of our industry.
Doom and Dark Souls 3? Of course! But I played a few other games this year, and none disappointed.
Forza Horizon 3 is easy enough for anyone to pick up and enjoy, but with enough attention to fine detail to provide plenty of depth as well.
Titanfall suggested that these game mechanics in a campaign would be great. Titanfall 2 proved it.
Cooperative cooking games, Tindr for kingdoms, and cyberpunk bars. 2016 had a lot of great video games, but these are ones you're likely to have missed.