Briefly: 4Gamer asked 147 of the biggest names in Japanese gaming which title from 2015 they admired the most. Coming in at number one was Splatoon with 27 game creators saying they admired that most, followed by Bloodborne, Super Mario Maker, and Fallout 4.
Splatoon Is Japanese Gaming's Most Admired Game Of 2015
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