Welcome to The Gamers' Temple Holiday Gift Guide for 2018. 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 Odyssey
All of Ancient Greece is yours to explore as a mercenary warrior caught in the middle of a war between Athens and Sparta that has an impact on both the world around you and on an unexpected personal level.
World War II battles on a massive scale - 64 players battle it out on large, destructible maps on foot, in vehicles, and in the air. An emphasis on teamwork over kills make this the ideal shooter for those looking for more than twitch-based gameplay in a shooter.
Call of Cthulhu
Survival horror gameplay that will be hit with H. P. Lovecraft fans as you try to maintain your sanity as you come face-to-face with the Old Gods.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Black Ops 4 offers the fast-paced multiplayer shooter action the series is known for, as well as three different Zombie mode stories that offer a cooperative, survival mode change of pace. And in a first for the series, an exciting battle royale mode has eighty players competing on a massive map to be the last one standing.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
The three original Crash Bandicoot games - Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot Warped - completely remastered for modern consoles. Old school platform game action from a time when platform games were quite challenging.
Dark Souls: Remastered
A new generation of gamers can now "praise the sun" as the cult classic game known for its punishing difficulty and unique world-building has been remastered for the newest generation of consoles.
Diablo III Eternal Collection
The ultimate action-RPG is now the ultimate portable action-RPG, containing the original Diablo III and its Reaper of Souls and Necromancer expansions. Choose from one of seven classes and fight the legions of evil unleashed on the world alone or with up to three of your friends.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
Dragon Ball fans have suffered through a long line of subpar games, but Dragon Ball FighterZ changes all of that. It's not only a great Dragon Ball game, it's a great fighting game in its own right that just might make fighting game fans new Dragon Ball fans.