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20 Games From 2016 You Should Have Played By Now

As we hit the half-way point of 2016 and with E3 a few weeks away, here are the 20 games of 2016 you should have played by now.

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20. Hitman

Squar Enix

Following the disappoinment of Absoultion, this installment in the popular series returns to its roots. Travel around the world as Agent 47 as he is tasked with assinating high profile targets.

19. Homefront: The Revolution

Stan Rezaee

Homefront: The Revolution has perfected the experience of fighting a guerrilla war as players attempt to liberate the City of Brotherly Love from the North Korean occupation.

18. Pocket Morty

Stan Rezaee

Staying true to what makes Rick and Morty a unique, Pocket Mortys is a Pokemon-like game that stays true to the source material while guaranteed to get players "rickety-rickety-wrecked, son."

14. This War of Mine: The Little Ones

Deep Silver

War never changes but who is telling the story does with This War of Mine: The Little Ones, a game that focus on the hardships of the civilian population during war.

12. Ratchet & Clank

Insomniac Games

Both a re-imagining of the series and a video game adaptation of the movie (which no one saw or liked), Ratchet & Clank follows our heroes as they try to save the universe from evil forces.

11. BroForce (PS4)

Stan Rezaee

Broforce is that special kind of game that combines one's love for classic 8-bit run & gun adventures with 80's action films -- then adds a small dose of all things 'Merican.

9. Resident Evil Zero HD

Capcom

Before the Arklay Mansion incident that set the foundation for a horror icon, Resident Evil Zero HD takes gamers back to the nightmare that Rebecca Chambers and Billy Cohen escaped.

8. The Culling

The Culling is what happens when a developer takes the setting of The Hunger Games then adds the mature content of Battle Royal. The result is the ultimate free-for-all online mayhem.

7. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

Nintendo

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is an improvment of an iconic title while preserving what has made it a timeless classic. Players take on the role of Link as he must save Hyrule from being engulfed by the Twilight Realm.

6. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End

Naughty Dog

Nathan Drake returns to the world of fortune hunting after he reunites with his older brother Sam to locate Captain Henry Avery's lost treasure.

5. Doom

Stan Rezaee

Once upon a time, the original Doom defined the concept of the shooter and it set the standards for the genre back in the 90's. Now John Carmack along with the team at id Software will show the industry that how you make a f***ing shooter.

4. XCOM 2

2K Games

XCOM 2 demonstrates that the reboot was not a fluke as iconic series has been reborn for a new era of gaming. Set 20 years after the first game, X-COM was defeated by the invaders and now has formed a resistance movement.

3. Tom Clancy's The Division

Stan Rezaee

Tom Clancy's The Division will not only standout for what it has accomplished as a new title but its overall scale of the world it takes players to will be forever remembered as the late authors magnum opus.

2. Overwatch

Blizzard

The first original IP from Blizzard in 17 years, Overwatch is a multiplayer shooter that has players work in teams with their unique characters to complete objectives and overcome challenges.

Bonus: Fallout 4 DLC's

Bethesda

They are not full title releases so they could not be included on the list. However, because Bethesda has added more content to a title that is rich with adventure, they deserve some recognition from this list.

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