Top 10 BEST Games of the DECADE (2010-2019)

Top 10 BEST Games of the DECADE (2010-2019)


2019 is coming to a close, and this is a special
year because it also means that we’re almost done with the 2010’s. A decade is a long time, 6 years ago I started
this channel, but that means there’s 4 more years of gaming memories before that. I’ve played hundreds of games in the last
10 years, but today we’re going to narrow that list down to the 10 best experiences
I’ve had. Obviously this is going to be skewed toward
my own taste, it is my countdown after all, but I did account for cultural relevance and
overall impact as well, some games are just too big to ignore. I also found it interesting that some of my
game of the year winners from past Snoglobes didn’t make the cut here – a decade not
only carries more weight, but it also makes you reflect for a longer period of time on
how much a game really means to you. So after much deliberation and heartbreak
when it came to some of the exclusions, I give you my list of the 10 best titles of
the 2010’s. Let’s dive in. Yeah, right off the bat I know this one’s
a bit personal. Spelunky may not be for everyone, that’s
why I only put it at #10, but I do believe it’s the best roguelite I’ve ever played. Unlike others such as The Binding of Isaac
where the replayability is based around the massive amount of items that can alter your
character, Spelunky gets away with just a small pool of them because the levels themselves
can be so chaotic. Because of how they’re constructed, each
stage feels less like a gauntlet of tough enemies and more like a Rube Goldberg machine
where a chain reaction could switch your course of action at any moment. Steam says I’ve put over 300 hours into
Spelunky, but I’ve only beaten it a handful of times – its a game that somehow maintains
its difficulty curve no matter how skilled you become, and that’s truly unique. I’ve raged so hard at numerous deaths in
the Jungle when I was starting out, but nothing compares to the feeling of accomplishment
when you beat the odds for the very first time and come out on top. And the elaborate set of secret items used
to unlock the true ending against Yama is just gravy man, its something even cooler
in an already incredible experience. Spelunky 2 has unfortunately been delayed
to 2020, but maybe that’s a blessing in disguise – now it can be on my list for the
next decade too. I feel so bad for Stardew Valley – I played
it so late in 2016 that it wasn’t even nominated for my game of the year, and instead I gave
it to Overwatch. Over the years, Stardew has become one of
my favorite titles of all time, and I haven’t played Overwatch since they added like Orisa
or something, so you know what – I’m retroactively reawarding it. Stardew Valley is truly that good, and its
hilarious to me because on paper its a game that I should have zero interest in playing. I’ve never been into Harvest Moon or Animal
Crossing and the prospect of watering plants and wooing townsfolk sounds about as far out
of my wheelhouse as you can get. But somehow it pulls it off so charmingly,
and really pulls you in with its addicting mechanics and overall polish. The daily loop is just the right length to
accomplish almost everything you’d want to, prepare your crops, go shopping or complete
villager requests, maybe fish or explore the map for secrets. Or you could dedicate your day to mining and
combat – this is elaborate enough to be its own game! But the way it saves when you go to sleep
and entices you with easy tasks needed right at dawn lead to a system where you just have
to do one more day to make sure you’re on the right track for the rest of the season. It’s been so fun to see it blossom into
a complete package with online multiplayer and all sorts of new improvements added over
the years. Stardew, you’re beautiful and I’m sorry
it took this long to give you your proper due. Alright, so I’ll be the first to admit that
Super Mario Maker isn’t a perfect series. It took a long time to reach the level of
versatility we have now for creating the levels of our dreams, and even then its still relatively
limited. But the reason I included it on this list
is more because of what it represents. This is the first time we’ve seen a fully
sanctioned level creator of one of gaming’s biggest mascots, and in true Nintendo fashion,
they made something as mundane as building stages joyful, quirky and interactive. This isn’t like Game Maker or RPG Maker
where its more of a toolset with no bells and whistles, this is a real-deal video game
that anyone can enjoy, but the possibilities are limitless. I love that you can create so much more than
simple platformers – and the community that’s spawned around this series has really shown
how high the bar can be raised! (Looking at you Panga, who hurt you?) Specifically with the first game, we hadn’t
really seen anything like it before, and I can only imagine what the next generation
of game designers who grew up with this title will be capable of in the future. We just recently discussed what other potential
maker games could look like, and while Mario Maker certainly has its flaws or ways it could
improve, what we do have is an incredible first step into uncharted territory. And at least for me, its hard not to love
something that makes players think about games in new ways, and I get unreasonably excited
when I think about what it could lead to down the road. I struggled with including Celeste on this
list simply because it’s so new. I love it now, but what if it won’t have
the same impact in a few years? Well, after I played the Chapter 9 DLC that
was just released, it solidified this game as a magnificent journey that everyone should
experience. Seriously, these guys are experts at level
design, I love this little jellyfish! Celeste is probably the hardest game on this
list, it’s a rage game through and through, but what sets it apart is its attitude toward
the player of hopefulness and encouragement. While others love to throw in a ‘hah you
died’, ‘you suck’ or an unceremonious splatter of blood, from the very beginning
this game sets the tone by saying “you can do this”, and that theming carries throughout
the adventure. Celeste tells a story of self-discovery and
overcoming your inner demons to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside while also making
you go ‘what the…are you kidding me?!’ It’s unbelievably accessible thanks to a bevy
of difficulty options and has just so much content it’s amazing. Each new mechanic it throws at you is clever
and versatile but then you see them combined together and it’s like, oh no, now THIS is
versatile! Not to mention how deep the movement is, you’d
think this speedrun tech was an exploit, but nope this is straight up intentional! While I do think Celeste is the best challenging
performer I’ve played all decade, it gets extra props for trying to bring in as wide
of an audience as possible to experience the magic. Hollow Knight is one of the most requested
games for me to talk about on this channel, so let’s break it down. Admittedly, I didn’t give it a fair shake
on my first playthrough, it has a little bit of a slow start, but once you get your first
few powerups things really start to take off and there ain’t no brakes in Hallownest! I talked about how it uniquely introduces
the map to you in a previous video, but what really impressed me is how effortlessly they
balance combat, platforming and exploration. The world is gigantic and there’s so much
to discover, but the same abilities used to get around efficiently are also used in boss
battles to make them equally fluid and engaging. There’s even a final test for each style of
gameplay with the Colosseum of Fools and White Palace respectively – this game really has
it all. The map is beautifully connected in such a
way that there’s always a new place to explore, but the many branching paths will also guide
you toward your next goal without even realizing it – you gain an intimate relationship with
the world and its interwoven nature over the course of the game, which is hard to do with
something so large. That’s why I think the underlying story
and lore of the various characters helps to deepen that bond as well – this truly feels
like a real place after a while. And I mean hey, price isn’t everything but
it’s hard to overlook that Hollow Knight is $15 and has some of the most elaborate free
DLC packs you can find. With a distinctive art style, mysterious bug-inspired
setting and a full sequel in the works with what appears to be even smoother gameplay,
Hollow Knight just might be the pinnacle of what a Metroidvania can be. I mean c’mon, it’s Shovel Knight. This guy deserves to be here on his appearances
in other games alone, I think the only thing he didn’t cameo in was my wedding. I haven’t been quiet about my support for
Yacht Club Games and everything they’re doing, and what’s cool about all these Shovel
Knight expansions is that each one keeps getting better than the last. At a time where it felt like pixel-art platformers
were a dime a dozen, the original campaign was a breath of fresh air because while it
took inspiration from games of old, it morphed them into something all its own with unique
mechanics, a stellar soundtrack and goodies hidden all throughout the various levels. But then Plague of Shadows, while a little
harder to get used to in terms of controls, expanded the Shovelverse by establishing new
ways to play the courses we’ve already seen and giving more backstory to one of the game’s
bosses. Specter of Torment, however, seemed to perfect
this concept by not only completely revamping the stages yet again to give them new life,
but also introducing a wicked set of attack and movement options to really feel like the
reaper of death. It has scythe surfing, you just can’t beat
that. Now as of the release of this video, the final
DLC pack won’t come out for another month, but I have played all 3, yes 3 new games that are
included at PAX West and they were looking real good even back
then, so I’m gonna trust in the quality Yacht Club provides and say that its gonna
rock. The fact that all of this is under the banner
of Shovel Knight, the saga, is yet another example of bang for your buck that is simply
hard to match, and is proof that a Kickstarter game can indeed become a dream come true. Let’s try something a little different for
this one – I’m gonna play less than 1 second from a song and let’s see if you can guess
the game. *Megalovania plays* Sorry, I just had to. Alright, we’re getting into the big guns
now – to call Undertale a phenomenon would be a massive understatement. It’s entered the ranks of high memedom now,
but I think it’s for good reason – this game really hit home and did something special
for a lot of people. Most were drawn in by the subversion of expectations
and the ability to save everyone you come across, turning most RPG tropes on their head,
and I mean yeah this reveal was pretty frickin terrifying the first time I saw it, but personally
I loved how there were multiple playthroughs depending on the actions you take. The pacifist ending was easily the most enjoyable
with all the dates you can go on, while the genocide route shows you that if you’re
going to go out of your way to kill everything, quite literally you’re gonna have a bad
time. But Undertale wouldn’t have had such an
impact if it wasn’t for the cast of memorable characters. Sans has become a gaming mainstay, and if
the reaction to Deltarune dropping out of nowhere is anything go off of, fans are chomping
at the bit for more. Finally, if the fact that Toby Fox went from
a lowly ROM hacker to making music for Gamefreak doesn’t inspire the crap out of you, I don’t
know what will. Undertale guaranteed that indie games were
a force to be reckoned with, and if your idea is interesting enough, people will start to
pay attention. Few games on this list could say they spawned
an entire genre, and while I wouldn’t say Dark Souls is unlike anything else, it sure
seems like the only game you can compare to these days. It’s hard to say what exactly jumpstarted
Dark Souls’ success, it’s brutally hard, I certainly wouldn’t call it accessible,
and the story is one of the most convoluted out there. All I know is that when I played it, I was
instantly hooked from the moment I took down the Asylum Demon. Like many others on this list, it came at
the perfect time where other games started to incorporate a lot more hand-holding and
making the player feel like an unstoppable superhero killing waves of enemies at a time,
so when Dark Souls refused to apologize for its difficulty and allowed you to get knocked
down over and over again without much help or guidance, people were drawn to something
that forced you to, yes I’m really gonna say it, “git gud”. It felt like a modern reimagining of the old
NES days, reminding players of the accomplishment you feel when you simply get better and best
a seemingly insurmountable obstacle. Because it turned into an acclaimed series,
its hard to think back to that truly terrifying feeling when the Bell Gargoyle turned into
two of them, or when you accidentally stumbled upon a giant deadly Hydra – and those encounters
that appeared impossible became more manageable as you learned their patterns and weaknesses. It was that growth and progression that was
so addicting. Dark Souls is a test of patience and endurance,
but if you stick it out, it’s the type of experience that can show you why you fell
in love with games in the first place. To this day it feels like Breath of the Wild
is still controversial. People like to write it off because it’s
“not a good Zelda game”, or because of the incorporation of weapon durability, but
I can’t think of another game that enthralled me as heavily as this one. The world was so unfathomably massive and
yet it felt like there was something new to discover around every corner – for a good
month or two, exploring everything Breath of the Wild had to offer was all I wanted
to do. I wouldn’t call myself the biggest Zelda
fan in the world, and maybe that’s why I loved it so much – I thought infiltrating
the dungeons was great, and the shrines were really fun and diverse, but the act of searching
and finding them was what brought me the most joy. There’s so much stuff jam packed in here
that breathtaking moments are bound to happen by coincidence, like sighting a massive dragon
just as you climb a lengthy tower, or leaving the Great Plateau, ready to take on the world,
and immediately running into a Stone Talus that completely destroys you. Breath of the Wild was willing to let the
player roam free and tackle Hyrule however they wanted – yes you’re given some direction,
but you can also just go straight to Ganon if you really felt like it, and that sense
of discovery, whether its stumbling upon Eventide Island, finding new ways to kill enemies with
the physics engine, or rebuilding Tarrey Town from scratch, has yet to be matched in this
decade. There is nothing you could say to convince
me that any other game belongs at the #1 spot. In fact I’m not even sure it’s close. Minecraft’s final release was in 2011, and
I think in a lot of ways it’s still a huge deal. But look past the fact that this is the best
selling game of all time, look past the thousands of let’s plays and song parodies that practically
catapulted Gaming YouTube into what it is today, at its core, Minecraft is a game that
no one really knew they needed in their life until they saw it. It’s not going to win any graphics awards,
but the infinite sprawling world and freedom to do whatever you’d like was too intriguing
to pass up. I still to this day get a leap of excitement
in my stomach when I see diamond ore appear on screen, whether I’m playing or not. I remember trying to install a fireplace in
my mansion only to accidentally burn the whole thing down despite my efforts to douse the
flames – every good Minecraft story happens organically because of the open nature of
its design. And that’s without mentioning the birth of
a grassroots community that built so much more through mods. From the very start Minecraft put itself into
the players’ hands and let them mold it into anything they desired. From creative mode to build unimaginable works
of art to hardcore mode for a laugh with friends, Minecraft is the best game of the decade because
in a way, it could be any game you wanted. And I think we’ll be hard pressed to find
anything like it again. So what about you? I’ve rambled long enough about my favorite
titles, what would be your games of the decade, and why? Tell me how much they mean to you in the comments
below and let’s talk about it. I hope we’ll only see more innovation and
bright ideas in the future, but next time on this channel, we’ll look at the dark
side of the industry and count down the most disappointing titles the 2010’s had to offer. I’ll see you then, it’s gonna be a doozy. Stay frosty my friends! So I mentioned earlier that I started Snoman
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100 comments

  1. For me my best experiences have to be dark souls 3, bloodborne and dead by daylight all these games have token hundreds of hours from me due to their characters gameplay and especially lore

  2. Personal Top 10:
    – Breath of the Wild (Favourite Game of All Time)
    – Fire Emblem: Awakening
    – Super Mario Maker
    – Subnautica
    – Owlboy
    – Persona 5
    – Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright
    – Civilization VI
    – The Talos Principle
    – Where's My Water?

  3. Mine:
    Pokemon HeartGold SoulSilver
    Counter Strike: Global Offensive
    Undertale
    Geometry Dash
    Dark Souls
    Mario Kart DS
    Shovel Knight
    Breath of the Wild
    Super Mario Galaxy
    Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky

  4. My favorite game of the decade is donkey Kong country returns its so good and gets you hyped up and it's a part of my child hood

  5. This is a very indie focused list, which is fine, I love a lot of these games, but I don't think you can have a best games of the decade and not include Persona 5, it is to turn based RPGs what OoT is to adventure games.

  6. I am not good making this kind of list, but the only game that comes to mind is Pokemon X. Not because it is good or any other tecnicall stuff. Thanks to it I was able to meet my first love. I think that does count as an important event in this last decade for me.

  7. This list is absolutely incredible. Celeste, Hollow Knight, Undertale, Dark Souls and BotW instantly came to mind when I thought of my list. I would also include Animal Crossing New Leaf, Skyrim, Fire Pro Wrestling World, Crypt of the Necrodancer and Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to round out my top 10 list.

  8. Dark Souls is one of gaming's crowning achievements. Some may prefer other installments in the soulsborne series but you can't deny the actual impact it had on the industry, and its INCREDIBLY inspired design, gameplay AND atmosphere wise.

  9. The Witcher 3
    Fallout New Vegas
    Portal 2
    Doom 2016

    Otherwise, the games on your list are hella good, I'd have a hard time deciding.

  10. No particular order. Red dead 2 (best characters, world and graphics i have ever seen. also my favourite game ever made), DKCR (cos nostalgia), CS:GO (favourite tactical shooter), Undertale (undeniably changed the industry), GTA 5 (nostalgia), portal 2 (fun puzzles, cool robots), Detroit become human (one of the best stories ive ever played), minecraft (do i need to explain?), just cause 3 (i know its not an amazing game but it was my first xbox one game ever), finally skate 3 which is just hilarious and i have so many memories with. Honorable mentions are: uncharted series (particularly 2,4), smash ultimate, Botw, cod black ops 1(hate COD now but that one has a special place in my heart), Mordhau (not that great but i am addicted right now), God of War 4, animal crossing new leaf, rocket league and mario galaxy 2. kind of went overboard with the honerable mentions but there are so many games i love that deserve to be on this list, games have been a big part of my life and it has been a really good decade for them.

  11. So I hate fortnite just as much as the next person but I fully expected it to be on the list for the amount of players it had. Dont get me wrong… fuck fortnite but still. It did something great and deserves a place I beleive

  12. Wheres Skyrim?, any smash Bros?, i understand what you are trying to accomplish but man, this video is so biased lol, tbf you said since the beginning this was your opinion so it's ok I guess lol

  13. The fact that Zelda: BOTW was so good – even though it f**ked up so many things that actually made it feel like a Zelda game – now that is the real accomplishment! I hate that there's no REAL dungeons (sorry, Hyrule Castle!), small enemy variety (the LEAST amount in any Zelda game EVER!), breakable weapons were crap, bosses were even CRAPPIER!, and half the shrines in the game felt like they had ZERO effort put into them compared to the ones that really stood out (you know I'm RIGHT!). Yet, somehow this game still managed to beat every other game released that year (EXCEPT Hollow Knight! Did you actually think I would forget or rate something HIGHER than Hollow Knight in 2017?! Don't be a FOOL!!!).

    Now that said, I'm mainly just upset that they didn't just switch all the main characters designs and call the game something other than Zelda, cause it really doesn't have much of what really made the Zelda games GREAT in the first place. In fact, I would further say that the Zelda-y things in the game are done very poorly (Calamity Ganon is a joke. Dark Beast Ganon is a bigger joke. This version of Link is so p**sy he is killed by a simple guardian – that's why he's in the resurrection chamber when you start! Story – shit. Flashbacks – irrelevant, for the purposes of getting any meaningful story, that is.) I guess they just wanted the name recognition to cash in on here, and I really wonder if the game WASN"T called Zelda, and they had just called it Breath of the Wild and used different character designs, if the game would have stood on it's other merits. Cause in the end, it's those other merits that made the game so ENGAGING and FUN and DIFFERENT than almost anything else I played that year (Lookin at you, Team Cherry!), but as an actual Zelda game, I was let down by the end, knowing how much of the stuff that I loved and was looking forward to eventually seeing, never actually came around.

  14. Before you said your number 1 I was wracking my brain to think of anything that could possibly be better than Hollow Knight, Dark Souls, and Breath of the Wild. But after you revealed Minecraft, I can't imagine anything else being number 1. It really is one hell of a game.

  15. Edge are you?? Spelunki, Celeste, Shovel Knight, Stradew Valley, Undertale and all that indie shit. Minecraft as the best game of the decade?? What about The Witcher 3, The last of us 2, RDR2, God of War, Mario Oddisey, etc… this top is so stuppid

  16. I would probably put Skyrim somewher on this list for it's popularity.

    But overall nothing to complain about this list

  17. “Final Test for each style of game play with the Coliseum of fools and white palace respectively”

    *LAUGHS IN GODHOME”

  18. 13:11 ok if Skyrim isnt #1, im gonna smash my computer

    Edit: ok nvm, im happy. Minecraft is amazing too. but where is Skyrim?

  19. My Top 10 Games Of All Time
    1. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
    2. Metal Gear Solid
    3. The Last Of Us
    4. Batman Arkham City
    5. Resident Evil 4
    6. Metal Gear Solid 2:Sons Of Liberty
    7. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns Of The Patriots
    8. God Of War 4
    9. Marvel’s Spider-Man
    10.Resident Evil Remake

    Resident Evil 2 Remake Will Probably Be On My List When I Played It

  20. Were is The Last Of Us, God Of War 4, Batman Arkham City Marvel’s Spiderman Uncharted 3 and 4 and Red Dead Redemption 1 and 2 At

  21. For me it would be a combination of games that brought me the most fun. whether or not they are 10 out of 10's is another thing.

    These are all games that came out 2010-2019.

    • Skyrim: I felt like a little kid playing that game. (sad to see how fall Bethesda has fallen).

    • Mass Effect 2: While I love 3, Mass Effect 2 had a much better ending.

    • God of War: This is on the list simply because the game is just so well made and captivating. Also a good father son journey.

    • Red Dead Redemption 2: Slow building story with great characters.

    • Titanfall 2: Probably my favorite fps since Halo.

    •Bloodborne: This is my Dark Souls, since I never played Dark Souls when it came out.

    •Monster Hunter World: Played Freedom Unite and while World was much easier I still really enjoy it.

    •The Witcher 3: Cool fantasy world combined with great writing and side quests.

    •Red Dead Redemption: Much quicker then RDR 2 but still just as amazing. Had to have this up here.

    •Borderlands 2: Had a ton of fun doing co op with friends. Also Handsome Jack is a very interesting villain.

    •Kingdom Come Deliverance: At times a very janky and buggy game, although it also has an amazing soundtrack and a very interesting story. I loved the rpg elements. It's similar to Skyrim in that it has lovable jank.

  22. 10. Majoras mask
    9. red dead 2
    8. overwatch(yes I know)
    7. Mario sunshine
    6. bioshock 1
    5. twilight princess
    4. ocarina of time
    3. Minecraft
    2. bioshock infinite
    1. breath of the wild

  23. A game that I don't think cuts the list but impacted me the most this decade…?
    Pokemon Sun and Moon. Hear me out.
    I was 13 when Pokemon Sun and Moon was announced. I had never played a Pokemon game and the excitement of watching those pre-game reveal videos enthralled me!!!

    It was honestly one of my best life experiences and probably better than playing the game itself. Immersing myself in a world stacked with creatures to catch, train and ultimately raise instilled in me a sense of joy I have only ever experienced with Pokemon and Minecraft.

    BOTW is undoubtedly a better game. But DAMN Pokemon makes me feel the good. It's a feeling that I hope to recreate when I play Animal Crossing for the first time, because to me, the game that leaves the biggest impacts are the ones that bring out your inner child.

    Thanks for coming to my TED Talk 🙂

  24. Really good list. Spelunky is my all time favorite. And i don't want to be that guy, but i will be… Terraria >>>>> Minecraft. And i could remove Dark Souls and Celeste, add Endless Legend and Witcher 3.

  25. Such a wonderful list that I believe everyone can agree with.

    I hope that my game will be something everyone will enjoy and remember for at least the 2020s

  26. 5 out of 10 games are 2d games. Nothing wrong with that, i played all of those games, but i would personally make the list a little bit more diverse.
    You didnt include a single fps game, or tps, or rts game, or story game, or multiplayer game, or turn based rpg.

  27. My top ten is entirely 3-D (yours is 7-3, leaning 2D), but has no overlapping games. Top 20? Shovel Knight definitely, Celeste definitely and Undertale probably.

    My 10?

    10. Doom 2016
    9. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
    8. Batman: Arkham City
    7. Resident Evil 2Make
    6. A Hat in Time
    5. Devil May Cry 5
    4. Persona 5
    3. Valkyria Chronicles 4
    2. Saints Row IV
    1. Sonic Generations

    But if I were to guess at 11-20 right now?

    20. Bayonetta 2
    19. Super Mario Odyssey
    18. Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
    17. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE
    16. Undertale (Sorry, I've always thought Toby Fox's mechanics for this are fascinating and his writing sharp, but his art style is a bit too ugly for me to get past stamping it with a top 10 slot.)
    15. Yakuza 0/Yakuza 6: The Song of Life
    14. Celeste
    13. Shovel Knight
    12. L.A. Noire
    11. Tales of Berseria

  28. Hard to say what my top 10 would be just yet, but some more games to consider that I think deserve to be in the conversation: Red Dead Redemption, The Witcher 3, The Last of Us, Nier Automata, Gravity Rush 2, Bioshock Infinite, Doki Doki Literature Club, Skyrim, God of War, Destiny 2, Portal 2, Gone Home, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Super Mario Odyssey, Horizon Zero Dawn, Life is Strange, Bloodborne, Pokémon Go, Persona 5, Cuphead, Journey, Rocket League, Dota 2 Autochess, FF14: A realm Reborn, For horror fans: Amensia, Soma, and Resident Evil 7, Alien Isolation, Little Nightmares. This was a pretty good decade for games, which makes it hard to narrow it down. Your list is really good though by itself.

  29. I felt like he focused to much on one genre tons of platformers there not mad games I respect them but their not for me

  30. I don't know if I can agree with minecraft being the best game of the decade, but it is definitely the most important release of these past 10 years

  31. Why did almost every game on this list make it on to my top video games. Celeste, stardew, hollow knight, BOTW, Minecraft, dark souls. Great video

  32. I thought this was a 2D only list until dark souls lmao. I wouldn’t include any 2D game in a list of best games of the decade by default. BOTW is probably not in my top 100. Dark souls 1 is one of the worst of the From games imo. Not sure what this is based on

  33. 10 beat saber
    9 Pokémon black and white 2
    8 skate 3
    7 castle crashers
    6 cod black ops 2
    5 halo reach
    4 destiny
    3 fortnite
    2 Minecraft
    1 Skyrim

    I’m not saying these are the best games but they played the most part of my 2010s.

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