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Of the Highest Rated Games of 2019 so Far Which is Your Favourite?

Resident Evil 2 323 26.74%
 
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice 330 27.32%
 
Slay the Spire 6 0.50%
 
Devil May Cry 5 82 6.79%
 
Fire Emblem: Three Houses 245 20.28%
 
Super Mario Maker 2 151 12.50%
 
Outer Wilds 8 0.66%
 
Apex Legends 32 2.65%
 
Steins;Gate Elite 7 0.58%
 
Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer 24 1.99%
 
Total:1,208

Slay the Spire because it's the only one I played of those and it's pretty cool.

I would've totally played Sekiro if it wasn't for the Dark Souls gameplay.



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Resident Evil 2 was fantastic. I sincerely hope it inspires Capcom to create brand new RE titles with a gameplay similar to the remake. At the very least, I'm looking forward to REMake 3.



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StriderKiwi said:
No one will agree with me but Apex Legends. I've put over 8 days of play time into it already.

Haven't played enough RE 2 to give a definitive opinion, and the four or so hours of Fire Emblem has been very meh for me.

Why no Kingdom Hearts 3? Was there some sort of metacritic score type cut off? Also, (even though I haven't played it yet) no Bloodstained?

I agree with Apex Legends. 



The only game on there that I've ever played is Resident Evil 2, and the last time I played it might have been 10 years ago.
So RE2 by default.



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Resident Evil 2.

It was an outstanding remake, one of the best remakes ever, in fact. It kept the best of old-school RE/survival horror while ditching the worst. I have no rose-tinted glasses when it comes to old-school Resident Evil. I hated the fixed cameras, the controls, and the cheesy voice acting. The RE2make instead offers conventional modern third-person shooter controls with an over-the-shoulder camera, and it's ten times better for it. They also got competent voice actors this time around. This is how RE should have always played, and I think it should set the template for any future REmakes or future new entries in the series.



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Note to self. Play RE2 remake!

My vote goes to Sekiro. Just damned fun!



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Sixteenvolt420 said:
I haven't played any of them.

Same.

Bloodstained for me.



mZuzek said:
Sixteenvolt420 said:
I haven't played any of them.

Same.

Bloodstained for me.

Yeah, that's the only new game that i've played this year, as well.



AngryLittleAlchemist said:

It's a bit hard to say. Devil May Cry 5 was amazing and represented a lot of what's to love about gaming. Mario Maker 2 though really took me by surprise, and showed me that I do in fact like 2D Mario. It's even shocking how fun it is to create levels, I find it can be hard to enjoy titles based around user creation when you don't know how to create good content. But Mario Maker makes it very easy and fun. Fire Emblem is still a work in progress. It has a lot of great mechanics, and the battles are always a high point, but the characters seem kind of consistently meh, the story 25 hours in still hasn't really gotten good, and the monastery is a bit of a mixed bag. 

Remake 2 and Cadence of Hyrule are still titles I need to pick up, and Sekiro is something I'd like to beat before the end of the year ... even if I'm not looking forward to it. Overall, I'd go with DMC5 so far, with Mario Maker 2 being a close second. 

But I think we all know what the true GOTY will be ... 

Death Stranding? 🤔



Wow 744 people voted in this poll? That's absurd, what's going on here?

I actually chose Mario Maker 2, as I think it's the game I'm going to play the most of over the course of time. It was close between that and RE2. RE2 is a freaking awesome remake, and I'll likely play through it again and again at some point, but Mario Maker is going to be a bigger part of my life, and making levels with my daughter is a lot of fun.