Catalyst feels like two games. The first is that of the base movement and world. It feels like Mirror's Edge, plays like it, and looks like it. The second is that of a modern EA game with forced combat
Uncharted 4 is a masterpiece, and will be looked back upon as one of gaming's best offerings in the PlayStation 4 era.
The story of the new content puts your player in the role of detective as you meet with a family whose daughter has run away from home.
Fallout 4 Automatron is the first DLC from the season pass (or around $10 separately) and it adds a 2 hour questline as well as a brand new component to the overall game, robot crafting/building.
Overall The Division was a very pleasant surprise. It's far from perfect (which hopefully the ongoing support can assist with) but it's a fun game to play alone and a blast to play in a group with friends.
The Witness is not a game to take lightly. When you first see the color palette, the island setting, and the overall look of the game you may be lulled into a false sense of security and ease, but it will soon chew you up and spit you out.
Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen on PC is just as solid of a game as it was on Xbox 360 and PS3. Maybe now even more solid given the bump in resolution and framerate.
If you are worried about bugs in Fallout 4 you may want to wait a month or two for some patches, but the game is playable, and mostly fine now.
Call of Duty Black Ops 3's story is much more of a future tech adventure, following in the footsteps (tech-wise) of Advanced Warfare. You have more parkour abilities, jetpacks, boosts, and more.
Halo 5 is a fantastic game, one which could get better with time. Tweaking systems like Req cards, adding maps via DLC (all of which will be free) and Forge, and honing the playlists in arena will ensure the game gets better and better.