Polygon staff roundup: Polygon has an in-depth look at the best games from 2016.1.
“The Last of Us”The Last Of Us: New blood and a new lookThe Last is back in the sequel to the best-selling and award-winning blockbuster, The Last of US.
And it looks fantastic.
The Last has been described as a “classic survival horror adventure” by critics, and “a game that could make a good movie.”
That’s the kind of bold promise that’s hard to keep, and it’s worth a look at in this week’s review.2.
“Battleship”Battlestar Galactica: The sequel to this year’s blockbuster was a success, but it’s got a few problems that fans should be aware of.
It has a number of issues that are worth paying attention to:The game’s a bit rough around the edges.
This is something that’s been common in the franchise since the first game.
The graphics are pretty terrible.
The gameplay is a bit shallow.
There are a number issues that fans are concerned about.
This game should be avoided.3.
“Battlecruiser 3000AD”Battlecruisers: The game that made the original Battlestar look like a dud.
The sequel to an early 2000s blockbuster, Battlestars was a huge hit for Sony and Warner Bros. But it’s been a disaster for many fans.
Fans are upset about some of the game’s major problems:In addition to some of these, it’s a big disappointment to see the sequel fail to live up to its predecessor.
The plot and characters are basically the same, but the game feels a lot like the first.
It feels like a prequel to the game.
It’s a disappointment that the original has a higher score than the sequel.
The plot is similar to that of the first Battlestarist, with the same problems.
The characters feel very familiar, and there’s a lot of dialogue from the first movie.
The story is more or less the same as in the first, but there are some minor differences.
The soundtrack is just as forgettable.4.
“Halo 5″Halo: The Master Chief Collection has a lot to live by.
There’s a good number of new features and games that are just as good as the previous Halo titles.
However, the big issue is that the game suffers from some major bugs.
It also has a few major issues, but its hard to call this a complete failure.1: “Sid Meier’s Civilization V”One of the greatest games ever made, this is one of the best Civilization games ever.
The game is great, but some of its flaws have made it the biggest disappointment in the series.1 has many issues.
Most notable is a game that is more difficult than the game is worth.
For one, the AI has a tendency to try to find advantages for itself by moving faster.
This causes a lot more trouble than it’s supposed to.
It could have been better, but for the most part it is a problem.2: “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim”This is the last game in the Elder Scrolls series.
Many of the core gameplay elements of the series have been revisited in this new entry.
But its still not the game fans wanted it to be.1 suffers from issues that aren’t very common in modern games.
Its graphics are poor and the game takes too long to load.
It uses a very old system that doesn’t feel as natural as it should.
This leads to lots of wasted time and frustration.2 suffers from problems that are common in most modern games, but are especially annoying for people who love games like Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Grand Theft Auto V. The most noticeable issue is the AI AI that’s prone to jumping to dangerous places and attacking players if they try to avoid them.
The game also has bugs that are often more annoying than the main problem.
For example, there are lots of bugs that prevent you from playing multiplayer online if you’re using a third-party controller.
Other bugs that cause the game to lag, such as the game being too long, are less noticeable.
But overall, it has a pretty bad reputation.1 is a classic, but also a classic that fans will miss.2 has issues that were common in games like the original Civilization and BioShock.
It suffers from a lot less problems, but still suffers from its flaws.3: “Mass Effect: Andromeda”This one was a sleeper hit for Microsoft.
It came out in 2016 and has a fantastic reputation.
However it is plagued with some major problems.1 suffered from major issues.
Its gameplay is very similar to the first Mass Effect game.
However the game was also buggy and the characters were very generic.
The dialogue was very generic and the gameplay was a bit boring.
The storyline was predictable.
The visuals were awful.4: “Nexus: Breach”