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Almost in the 2020's, What's Your Game of the Decade So Far?

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Well out of respect (and boredom) im going to include all the candidates

Skyrim, GTA V, Withcer 3, Bloodborne, Zelda BOTW, Mass Effect 2, Dark Souls, Fallout New Vegas, fallout 4, Assassins Creed Black Flag, Tomb Raider, Bioshock Infinite, God of War 2018, MGS 4+5, Borderlands 2, Far Cry 3, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Last of Us, Uncharted 4, Mario Odyssey, Red Dead Redemption 1+2, Heavy Rain, Spiderman 2018, Portal 2, Batman Arkham City, Deus Ex Human Revolution, Gears 3, LBP 2, Dishonored, Titanfall 2, DOOM 2016, Smash Bros Ultimate, Forza Horizon 4, Divinity 2, Bayonetta 2, Overwatch, Black ops 2 (best cod this decade), Pokemon X and Y, Shadow of Morder, Nier Automata, Horizon Zero Dawn, Monster Hunter World, and Persona 5.

Obviously I havent played them all (just a handful) but this list seems to be the general consensus based on meta and public reception for best games this decade
Buuuuut if I had to go with one personally...

Witcher 3- Best game I've played this decade hands down with Skyrim, RDR2, and GTAV following closely

2019 Predictions- Kingdom hearts 3, Res Evil 2 Re, Last of Us 2, Outer Worlds, Cyberpunk 2077 (If released in 2019)



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TETRIS THE GRAND MASTER 3 for the sport
Breath of the Wild for the relaxation.



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Dragon Age: Inquisition



There is this one game that I have played since its release in 2015. Sounds like a good candidate. It certainly defined my whole gaming.



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Horizon Zero Dawn. It blew me away like no other game that i've played in the past 10 years.



Mario Odyssey. That was the most fun I've had playing a video game in a long time.

Honorable mentions include Skyward Sword, BotW, Deus Ex Human Revolution, and Smash Bros Ultimate (it's only been out for a week lol). If we're still counting 2008, then i'd include Smash Bros Brawl and Dead Space.



   

I would have to say The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It was just such an amazing game and one of the best games to launch with.

Other games would have to be Xenoblade Chronicles and Mario Odyssey.



God of War easily. Before that I would've said The Last of Us.



The Witcher 3, easily. Overall, given the sheer amount of games being published, there have been relatively few truly great games, the overly heavy focus on production values and the constant reusing of concepts, gameplay and styles have caused it all to become rather stagnant for me. Seeing the table turn somewhat feel good though, some industry veteran behemoths are getting flack, finally, and their ways are causing problems at long last and will need resolving (talking about EA, Blizzard etc.).



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