I think it is time for some honorable mentions. To set some rules here: I mention here games that there neither this nor last year in my TOP 50 and that I didn't included in my last years honorable mentions. I also limit myself to five this year. If I do this every year, over time more and more games that deserve it get a mention.

If you are interested, last year my honorable mentions were: Wii Sports Resort (Wii, 2009), Dune (DOS, 1992), Hearthstone (Android, 2014), Chaos Overlords (DOS, 1996), Dillon's Rolling Western (3DS, 2012), Micro Machines (DOS, 1991), Bravely Default (3DS, 2012) and Duke Nukem 3D (DOS, 1996). Obviously I limited myself not to 5 games last year.

 

Undertale (Switch, 2015)

What a charming little indie gem. This small adventure does so much right. We need more of this simple yet cool stuff.

 

Oxenfree (Switch, 2016)

Another good indie adventure game. Oxenfree has obviously a different style and approach as Undertale. It is much more creepy. But nevertheless, it is also worth playing and having fun.

 

Darksider II (WiiU, 2012)

This is another great game. Darksider looks great and Death plays awesome.

 

Unreal Tournament (Windows, 1999)


This small company called Epic games has made one of the best competitive shooters of all time. This game stands for endless hours of LAN-parties.

 

Doom reboot (Switch, 2016)


Yeah, id software still has it. The new implemented Doom still works great. Demon killing on the Mars is still as lot of fun as it was in the 90s and I look forward to Doom Eternal.

Last edited by Mnementh - on 25 November 2018

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my greatest games: 2017, 2018, 2019

Predictions: Switch / Switch vs. XB1 in the US / Three Houses first quarter