Christmas is here everyone – Ho Ho Ho – and now you have a lot of time on your hands to play games. Not just any games tho guys. What you want to do is play Christmas themed video games and you have come to the right place for the Top 5 Video Games to play this Christmas Break.
# 5 – Max Payne – Okay, maybe this is not the most festive video game you will this Christmas as you play as Max Payne, who goes on a rampage after his wife and daughter were murdered, but it is snowing in New York and it certainly feels like the Holiday period – only it is pretty grim.
# 4 – Costume Quest: Grubbins on Ice – When Double Fine’s Costume Quest originally released during Halloween it was an instant class with all of us as the game is super charming and replayable as well. Later on Grubbins on Ice was released as a Christmas themed DLC for the game which is equally great. This is a game the whole family could enjoy.
# 3 – Batman: Arkham Origins – The Batman Arkham series is not only the best franchise of superhero games but also one of my personal favorites. Arkham Origins takes place in Gotham City on Christmas Eve. There is plenty of snow on the ground and it feels a lot like the Die Hard movies. Playing this game of the Christmas break is a must for me!
# 2 – Borderlands 2 “How Marcus Saved Mercenary Day” – Gearbox Software are the masters of DLC which they have proven time and time again with the Borderlands series. Read this Gearbox description this DLC. “Snowmen, holiday jingles and an ugly holiday sweater await in the snowy village of Gingerton all while a train full of Marcus’s guns goes missing. This forces Marcus to enlist the Vault Hunters to search the town for the lost shipment – leading to a showdown against the terrifying Abominable Mister Tinder Snowflake”. Need I say more?
# 1 – Saints Row IV: How The Saints Saved Christmas – It was an easy choice for our number 1 spot in this very special list. How The Saints Saved Christmas tells a knowingly corny Christmas special story within the already over the top world of Saints Row IV. The DLC parodies a lot of your holiday favorites like A Christmas Story.