The most wonderful time of the year for video game fans is from now until December. Check out our list of the best games slated for release this fall and winter (plus a bonus title to look forward to in early 2016).
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Merry Christmas! Am I a little early?
Not if you are a gamer. September to December is the most wonderful time of the year for us. This is when we're given the gift of dozens of the biggest games being released in time for the holiday season.
We know you'll want to get your holiday wishlists in place soon, so we're making things a little easier on you by highlighting the hottest games of the season. You'll find every game on the list is a sequel, a reboot, or relies on intellectual property (read: Star Wars) that is a sure-fire hit.
Whether you are an action gamer, a fan of shooters, a strategy gamer, or even a player of rhythm games, there's something on this list for you. So copy the list, send it off to Santa, and you'll be happy in December.
Once you've reviewed all the options, tell me which video games you think will shoot straight to the top of your wishlist. I'll see you in the comments section below.
David has been writing on business and technology for over 10 years and was most recently Managing Editor at Enterpriseefficiency.com. Before that he was an Assistant Editor at MIT Sloan Management Review, where he covered a wide range of business topics including IT, ... View Full Bio
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