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This Is How Much You’d Spend If You Bought Every 2015 AAA Game

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Enough to buy a used car at least.

It’s been a very busy year for games and 2015 was packed with tons of great titles. Of course, video games don’t come free, so it requires a little bit of cost to play the biggest games of the year. But how much would it cost to play every AAA game in 2015? Let’s walk through this, assuming you spent full price on each game throughout the year.

January


Dying Light – $60

February
Evolve – $60
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate – $40
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse – $40
The Order: 1886 – $60

March
Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. – $40
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD – $60
Bloodborne – $60

April
Mortal Kombat X – $60

May
Project CARS – $50
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – $60

June
Puzzle and Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition – $30
Splatoon – $60
Lego Jurassic World – $60
Batman: Arkham Knight – $60

July
Rory Mcilroy PGA Tour – $60

August
Disney Infinity 3.0 – $65
Madden NFL 2016 – $60

September
Mad Max – $60
Destiny: The Taken King – $60
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – $60
Super Mario Maker – $60
Forza Motorsport – $60
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 – $60
NHL 16 – $60
Skylanders Superchargers – $75
FIFA 16 – $60
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer – $50
Lego Dimensions – $100
NBA Live 16 – $60
NBA 2K16 – $60

October
Rock Band 4 – $60
Transformers: Devastation – $50
Chibi Robo!: Zip-Lash – $30
Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below – $60
Yoshi’s Woolly World – $60
Guitar Hero Live – $100
Tales of Zestiria – $60
Just Dance 2016 – $60
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – $60
The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes – $40
Halo 5: Guardians – $60
WWE 2K16 – $60

November
Need for Speed – $60
Call of Duty: Black Ops III – $60
Yo-Kai Watch – $40
Fallout 4 – $60
Rise of the Tomb Raider – $60
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void – $50
Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival – $60
Star Wars: Battlefront – $60
Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash – $50

December
Rainbow Six Siege – $60
Just Cause 3 – $60
Xenoblade Chronicles X – $60

That grand total comes out to $3,190. That’s a ridiculous amount of money to spend, and it looks like 2016 might be an even busier year for video games.

How many titles have you purchased and played this year? Is your wallet looking like the barren wasteland of Fallout 4 and Mad Max? Give us your thoughts on this busy year of games in the comments below!

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