SmashPad’s Top 10 Games of 2015

After tabulating our votes, four games tied and will have the honor of all being in 8th place.

T-8. Undertale – PC

Undertale first appears to be a standard Earthbound clone, but it quickly evolves into a crazy experience where the game itself knows how you’re playing the game and adapts its story to that in ways that we’ve rarely seen before. That this was mostly accomplished by one man is an incredibly impressive feat.” – Chris Selogy on behalf of Brandon Perkins, Let’s Weekend Host


T-8. Splatoon – Wii U

“I’m just not all that great with first or third person shooters, which is why I hardly play them, but I played the living hell out of Splatoon. The game literally destroys all conventions of the genre, making aspects and strategies such as camping, re-loading, and retreating all mapped to the same weapon. Damn you Nintendo for doing this again with a game I thought I wouldn’t like.” – Danreb Victorio, Managing Editor

T-8. Rocket League – PS4, PC

“Psyonix has done an amazing thing with Rocket League to create this generation’s best sports game that everybody can enjoy no matter their skill level and it all began because of it being a PlayStation Plus game at launch back in July to help this awesome virus spread quickly. I’ve spent many hours with the game over the past six months playing online due to how much fun it is and the great post-launch support the developers have offered to keep the game fresh and exciting in ways that most multiplayer games lack.” – Chris Selogy, Managing Editor

T-8. Galak-Z: The Dimensional – PS4, PC

“I hate Galak-Z: The Dimensional so much that I’m making it my Game of the Year.  Yep, you heard that right. This game has caused me so much pain and despair that I want to kick its ass, but I always end up with my ass getting kicked. You win, Galak-Z.” – Danreb Victorio