Now here is the catch, gamers have reports trickling down from "The Last of Us" Remastered patch and it doesn't sound good.
There is a spillover from "Final Fantasy XV" Holiday Pack even before developer Square Enix makes it public and it is a practical joke - literally.
It is debatable whether "The Last Guardian" release schedule being broken is a good news or bad news.
Expect additional free DLC replete with contents and maps for "Gears of War 4" as Microsoft confirms changes this December.
Blizzard is cooking a banhammer for "Overwatch" cheaters so severe that it can kick them out of the game.
Netflix is finally adding offline playability for its contents, a feature that viewers have been asking from the streaming media since long ago.
We owe it a push for "No Man's Sky" now that Hello Games is attempting to breath another life in its dying title.
First things first, "Final Fantasy XV" is similar yet completely different that previous iterations. For instance, previous versions sport the same thematic quality and tenor yet FFXV presents a different gameplay.
Exactly six months before "Final Fantasy XV" unleashed, there was an interesting article from unknown 4chan poster about FFXV plot and storyline.
The gaming public should admit that even AAA game titles are teeming with bugs and problems so "Final Fantasy XV" is no exception.
Game developers are scrubbing everything that was left of 2016 and are trying to end the year with a big bang so expect big titles for PlayStation Plus this December.
PlayStation VR took a dip from previous 2016 sales forecast by huge margin but Sony is still happy that it could end up with decent figure - no big bang though.
PlayStation 4 Pro sets gaming industry into new heights and presented an option for graphics quality like never before.
It is getting harder to scratch the itch of waiting for "The Last Guardian" although it is just a week remaining before it invades PlayStation 4.
While it is good to focus on the positive and light events in gaming world as the year culminates, we can't simply swat away the worst video games of 2016.