18. Ghost Recon: Wildlands
Wildlands feels like Ubisoft doing a whip-round of all their development studios' favourite gameplay mechanics, blending the lot together into something that feels very cut n' paste, yet somehow still succeeds as a fantastically fun multiplayer experience.
Barely recommendable offline, grab up to three other friends and you'll get completely lost in Ghost Recon's endless rollout of side-missions, OTT story revelations and physics-abusing stuntwork.
From nighttime infiltrations with synchronised headshots to tactical room-clearing drug-busts and vehicular convoy mayhem, Wildlands is only ever the dumbest of big dumb fun, but executed in a very satisfying way.