This isn’t a best-of list. There’s no reason to bother with one of those, since I’ve already been clear about the fact that the best game of the last decade is Deadly Premonition, and there’s no reason for me to spend time trying to justify the obvious truth of that statement.
Tag: Top 10
Did you all know that some Star Wars happened? Commander Naik forgot. We chat about that plus the old Indiana Jones adventure games, while also finding time to go through Captian Timmy’s top 10 list for 2019.
It’s the most anticipated time of the decade. As I rank my pics for the top 10 best games of the past 10 years starting in January 2010, there’ll always be too much left unsaid. I’ve seen the rise of superb open-world games, titles with graphical qualities almost equal to reality’s beauty, and several art games pushing the boundaries in storytelling, world-building or other aesthetic aspects.
Another year, another top 10.
Hey! I don’t have much to say. It was an okay year.
According to my steam account, over the past year I’ve played 720 different games. In lieu of a traditional top 10, I’ve decided to pick one game from each month in 2019 that you owe it to yourself to spend some time with.
2017 is finally over and I am proud to say I’ve survived it. One of the few bright spots has been the sheer number of brilliant titles this year — with standouts in every genre, there’s been something for everyone. The ten games below are the ones that stood out to me (for better or for worse) and people coming to this list might be surprised by the omissions. I must confess that I own neither the PS4 nor the Switch, so bear with me on this one…
2017 was a great year for games in the midst of a rather unfortunate year for quite literally anything else. There were a lot of new titles that made a splash, the Nintendo Switch had an amazing launch, and there was a rather large set of classics that were revisited this year that also had a big impression. Here’s my rundown of my top ten of 2017.