Sean Halliday of Pixel Gate writes:
''2013 was a decent year for video games. We saw the likes of the 360 and PS3 host titles that made the most of their hardware. We saw the PS4 and Xbox One unleashed onto the market. There were a number of fantastic games across all systems (we can all agree on that), and this is a list of my personal favourites. The are some glaring emissions, most of them indie titles, but that’s mostly down to the fact I played fewer games this year due to enjoying other activities in life.
Without further ado, whether it be from the realms of PC or the handheld joys of the Vita, and even the misunderstood world of the Wii U, these are my ten best games of 2013.''
Agree? disagree? is the omission of GTA too unforgivable?
Really? You have GTA V and Bioshock infinite in 'honorable mentions'???
well you've given your reasons...so i'll let it slide. :\...not happy with the list...but i'll let it go.
Not a bad list, but yeah leaving GTA V and Bioshock Infinite in the honorable mentions is absurd.
Haven't tried all of the games that were listed but after picking up DMC on PS+, that is the one I disagree with the most (besides the lack of GTA/Bioshock as others mentioned).
Its definitely not a bad game, but nothing about it screams best of 2013 to me.
I'm actually really liking Devil May Cry. It's totally not my type of game - but much like a several other games being offered free on PS+ has really allowed me to enjoy every bit without being overly critical.