If you haven't voted for your favourite game of the year already, you should head over there and do that. And since we've got people voting on what their favourite game of the year was, it only makes sense to ask the other question - what your most disappointing game was.
While I'm not expecting Planet Coaster to be on anyone's most disappointing lists, it's a reminder that RollerCoaster Tycoon World was released this year too. And it wasn't pretty, with the game crumbling under the weight of bugs, poor performance and instability, even after months of Early Access (announced days before the game was originally due for release).
But there's plenty of other disappointing candidates too. Street Fighter 5 launched without a singleplayer mode and several in-game systems at the start of the year, while Battleborn found itself being discounted less than a month after release. After being one of the highlights of EA's lineup, Mirror's Edge Catalyst failed to capture people's imagination, and Star Fox Zero was ... mediocre at best.
ReCore finally launched this year, but the performance was sketchy from the off and the fetch quests took the shine off the cute robot dogs. The Division got better as 2016 progressed, but there was a real shaky window in those first few weeks after launch. (Especially if you ran into cheaters on PC.)
And each of these games missed bits and pieces in their own right: Mighty No.9, Infinite Warfare, the majority of VR games, No Man's Sky. The list goes on.
But it's time for you to decide. What was your most disappointing game of 2016? Vote now and we'll reveal the results tomorrow.
And don't forget - you can also vote for your favourite game of the year right here. The results of both will be revealed tomorrow.