Winter vacation can last two weeks for high school students, and three or four weeks for colleges and universities. Spending any considerable time outside in places of the country that really encounter snow and cold may not be viable, so what is a student with nothing but time to do? Of course, play video games. If you are not eligible to play real money online casinos , here are seven console-based games worth your time.

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Despite the fact that the 3DS is not a traditional console like the Xbox One, Pokémon Sun and Moon has earned a spot on this list. Simply put, they are the real money online pokies games Nintendo and Game Freak have released in years and the best since Gold and Silver, in my opinion. Sun and Moon do a lot to deviate from the traditional Pokémon formula, so they are worth a look even if you are not a big fan of the franchise.

Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy 15 is now available, and if you were worried about the game’s ten-year development saga, you can now breathe a sigh of relief. Final Fantasy 15 has received surprisingly favorable early reviews, with many praising the game’s characters, battle system, and side quests. Though some aspects of the primary tale appear to be more hit or miss with critics, there is plenty of supplemental content.

Forza Horizon

If you do not like slow-paced RPGs, Forza Horizon 3 might be the game for you. Forza Horizon 3 is a fast-paced racing game that pits you against an unbelievable amount of automobiles in the Australian outback. There are plenty of other landscapes to explore, such as rainforests and towns, but nothing beats riding over the desert at 200 miles per hour.


  1. Sun and Moon were alright; those games did some things right like eliminating the need to teach Pokémon HMs by just letting the player ride Pokémon instead and by introducing newer, permanent forms of older and memorable Pokémon. Removing gyms was a radical change though, so I think opinions will drastically vary since some people enjoyed gyms. However, I felt like X and Y were the games that renewed the most interest, especially for older fans; so many Kanto Pokémon from the original Red and Blue had Mega Evolution forms (including fan favorites like Charizard and Mewtwo) and these games didn’t bog down the gameplay experience since they didn’t throw in so many cutscenes like Sun and Moon did.

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