Top 10 Best Video Games of 2010
If you are looking for the best video games of the year, you have come to the right place. Here, we will tell you all about the top 10 games of 2010. From the newest releases to the classics, here are the top 10 video games of the year.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3
If you are a fan of Xenoblade Chronicles, you will be happy to learn that the third game in the series is one of the 10 best video games of the year. In fact, it’s even one of the six finalists for the category of Game of the Year.
The Xenoblade Chronicles is a JRPG (Japanese RPG) series developed by Monolith Soft. It’s based in the world of Aionios. Like its predecessors, it’s an open-world RPG where players can explore and fight.
Tactics Ogre Reborn
Tactics Ogre Reborn is the remaster of the classic 1995 SNES game. The remake is packed with modern graphics, improved sound, and revamped gameplay. It is playable on modern consoles such as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Tactics Ogre is a tactical RPG game. It has a high focus on positioning and terrain. Players control Denam, a generic unit, as they battle against their enemies on an isometric battlefield divided into squares. Each square is connected to a side, giving the game a definite tactical feel.
Elden Ring has been a big hit for FromSoftware and Bandai Namco. In fact, the game is so popular that it has become one of the most successful video games of all time.
While a lot of hype has been whipped up around the game, Elden Ring is a solid, well-made video game. The lore of the game is also interesting, as it was written by George R. R. Martin, who also wrote the books on the Game of Thrones series.
Cult of the Lamb
Cult of the Lamb is a game that appeals to many players. It combines dungeon crawling, roguelike games, life simulators, and community simulation into a unique experience.
Players control a cult in this action-adventure roguelike. The cult is led by a lamb who is possessed by a sinister deity. As the leader of the cult, the lamb must recruit followers to help the commune grow. This will provide the flock with the faith it needs to unlock stronger weapons. But if the cult doesn’t properly reeducate its members, they may turn on the player.
If you are a fan of immersive sims, you’ll want to check out Weird West. This top-down action-RPG has an impressive array of features that make it a worthwhile purchase. However, it can also be frustrating at times.
Regardless, the game’s story is an intriguing one. Its protagonist is a bounty hunter who seeks revenge against his family. The game offers five separate campaign routes, each with its own unique twists. You can also earn Friends for Life for completing certain tasks.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is a new game from Tango Gameworks, the studio behind the critically acclaimed Evil Within. It takes the popular open-world concept and adds supernatural elements.
The game is set in the Tokyo prefecture of Shibuya, an area where the residents of the city have disappeared. The city is populated by warped creatures and spectral entities. You can kill enemies with water, fire, and elemental magic.
The game’s best features include a beautiful environment, great music, and a unique approach to the combat system. However, it also has a few flaws.
Need for Speed Unbound
Need for Speed: Unbound is the latest racing-adventure game from the popular racing franchise. Its release follows on the heels of Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, which earned several awards at the E3 2010 show.
The game’s main goal is to get to a safe house as quickly as possible. Once there, players must upgrade their cars. They must also outrun cops who will chase them down.
There’s an original score by Brodinsky and hip-hop music to enjoy. However, the story is completely forgettable. In the background, you drive as you play, so it’s not exactly the most important thing in the game.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge, or TMNT for short, is the latest and greatest incarnation of the venerable turtles. It’s a mash up of the best of the past few decades, as the gang flits from one mishap to the next. With a focus on action and a hint of humor, you’re sure to feel like a ninja no matter what the situation. The best part is the game is free to play, so you don’t need to shell out a dime to see what the gang is up to.