Monday, 3 January 2011

Ok so I did play a considerable amount of games this year, mostly because I was old enough to own an xtra vision card :)

Best Downloadable Game: Scott Pilgrim
Worst game I played this year: Final Fantasy 13
Best DLC: Undead Nightmare
Most ridiculous ending meaning it can't get in this top ten: Assassins creed Brotherhood
Anyway, here's my top 10 of this year.

10. Fable 3

Low down you might say, well it's your own fucking fault Fable. You build your games up Ridiculously and they stand alone as good games, but nowhere to your ridiculous hype. But it was enjoyable, the last couple of hours were pretty fucking boring though
Top Voice acting however

9. Dante's Inferno

If I was to give an award to possiby the darkest game I ever played? This would take it hands down. Holy shit, an achievement for killing unbaptised babies? Lethal. But the gameplay and graphics were awesome. The difficulty curve was ridonkulous. Easy was incredibly simple, put it up to medium and it was just stupidity.

8. Dead Rising 2
This was fun
I really did enjoy this game, but it isn't anything much different than Dead Rising. Sure alot has been changed and multiplayer added in and creation of own weapons. But the most fun thing was the same thing it was in Dead Rising, dressing up in ridiculous outfits and killing Zombies.

7. Fallout: New Vegas
Ok I really want to put this higher but I can't. Because it's not enough of a change from fallout 3. Which is great, because Fallout 3 was one of the best games i've ever played. But it didn't change the fact you can't play on after you finish the last mission and that really fucking pissed me off. 

6. Mafia 2
I really really really enjoyed this game. I liked how it started off in the war when that scenery was never to be used again. I liked how the gameplay was slow and the surroundings were dull and boring, then later as time progress's, New york starts to improve after the war, (because you know, america did so much in the war, the attention grabbing fucks), the cars get better, the way they make driving improve because even though your car is slow the speed limits make speed feel so much better etc. I however hated the ending, that really fucked me off, and the fake sense of it being a sandbox, and the ending. I can't stress the ending enough. Oh and some really repetitive missions.

5. Alpha Protocol.
I really enjoyed this game. I love games that have serious storylines but yet don't take themselves too seriously. Like the cheesy sountrack, turn up the radio in a boss battle. Epic. I also loved the classic structure, mission, mission, mission, side quest, boss battle. I liked the multiple choice factor even if it did oversell what it really was

4. Just Cause 2
I never played the original Just Cause, therefore the entire thing was new to me. But fuck I loved this game. The map was fucking HUGE. Like ridiculously big, fun gameplay, some repetitive missions however. The voice acting was awful also. BUT IT WAS SO MUCH FUN. Therefore the other stuff is void. If you focus on the voice acting in a game you probably focus on the guy in porn. AKA your a homofuck. Or a woman, I suppose

3. Mass Effect 2
I'm gonna sound an awful hypocrite here praising the voice acting but I don't care. The story, voice acting, cinematics, battles were all to perfection. However you don't get number #2 or #1 spot because of the ridiculous iron maiden boss battle and the fact you changed the weapons to have ammo. 

2. Fuck you its Halo: Reach
It's number 2, right? Halo: Reach was awesome. With amazing graphics, a great campaign from start to finish, great online and fun achievements. Much better online than COD. It wins. Haters gonna hate. Let's move on. Also it beats mass effect because its better than any other halo game, whilst mass effect its debatable.

1. Red Dead Redemption.
Wait, the VGA's, i'm agreeing with them. Yes, red dead redemption has even made it to my top ten games of all time. Its truly the best game this year and there's no arguments about it.

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