Welcome to The Gamers' Temple Holiday Gift Guide for 2016. Here you'll find the games that were released this year that we enjoyed the most, and that the gamers on your list will be happy to get as gifts. Or go ahead and get yourself a new game, you deserve it! We'll be adding new gift ideas to this guide throughout the holiday season, so come back and visit us again soon.

Assassin's Creed Origins
Rated: M
Assassin's Creed Origins opens all of Ancient Egypt for you to explore. It's the kind of game in which you'll sometimes lose yourself in exploration or in admiring the scenery. Give this one to any gamer you know who also enjoys history or travel.
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Call of Duty: WWII
Rated: M
Call of Duty returns to World War II and delivers an engaging campaign and an exciting new objective-based multiplayer mode. For the gamers on your list who enjoy a good war movie.
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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Rated: E10+
Three blasts from the past, remastered for the PS4 and all included in a single collection of platforming gaming goodness. For any gamer who enjoys a good retro platforming experience to challenge their skills.
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Cuphead
Rated: E
A challenging game that puts you right into the middle of a classic 1930s cartoon. Gamers on your list looking for something both challenging and unique will love this one.
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Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package
Rated: M
If the gamer on your list is a fan of zombie shows, this game is a must as it will have them single-handedly trying to survive a zombie apocalypse.
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Destiny 2
Rated: T
Part Sci-Fi story experience, part multiplayer shooter, Destiny 2 will provide your gamer with hours of gameplay long after the holidays are over.
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DOOM
Rated: M
If your gamer enjoys fast-paced shooters, they will love fighting to free Mars from demonic forces both at home and on the go.
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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
Rated: T
Gamers who are fans of Dragon Ball have long suffered through one bad game after another, but that suffering has come to an end. For the Dragon Ball fans on your list, or those who enjoy Japanese animation and who just might become one after playing this game.
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