Users of the mainstream NeoGAF gatherings sorted out their own particular Game of the Year prevalent vote each year. Besides, as of late, users timetokill and Cheesemeister posted the outcomes for the 2016 vote. Furthermore, the top ranker was Naughty Dog’s gem Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. It was trailed by id Software’s Doom and Blizzard’s Overwatch.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End takes the crown as NeoGAF’s Game of The Year for 2016
It isn’t so much that Uncharted 4 made players exasperated or unsatisfied. It’s the opposite of it, really. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End exhibits a pitch-consummate conclusion to the Uncharted arrangement. Besides, it ought to serve as a benchmark for different establishments moving toward their sundown years. There are no stories left uncertain, no connections left unexplored and no shirts left incompletely untucked. It’s as cathartic a closure as you could seek after, to say the very least.
Be that as it may, that purification is worked around a game that is quite a lot more private and shockingly calm than the other Uncharted experiences. The paramount, detonating set pieces the arrangement is known for are scantily utilized as a part of Uncharted 4. Past games in the series hurled Nathan Drake into an upset watercraft or a smashing payload plane. Be that as it may, in this last section, he’s subjected to a significantly more perilous difficulty. An exhaustive investigation of the way that he can, now and again, be somewhat of an asshole.
Source: Neo GAF