TIME Magazine - The 10 Best Video Games of 2023

From notable remakes like 'Dead Space' to long-awaited follow-ups like 'Alan Wake II', here are TIME’s favorite games of the year.

Mr_cheese86d ago

Their top 3

1)Alan wake 2
2)Balderstone gate 3
3)Spiderman 2

Rocketisleague86d ago

Balderstone sounds like some nerds autocorrect got in there

DarXyde86d ago (Edited 86d ago )

You know you had a very rigorously competitive year with plenty of variety in opinion when neither Wonder (#7 on this list) nor Tears of the Kingdom (#4) are in the top 3.

Personally, I really enjoyed SMB Wonder and it's my personal GOTY, but my point is that this year was insane for games.

jznrpg86d ago

I would have played BG3 and Alan Wake 2 day 1 if they didn’t go digital only at launch. I have BG3 ordered so I’ll play it when it releases physically for PS5 but Alan Wake 2 I may end up waiting for a long time since they haven’t announced a physical copy yet that I know of.

monkey60286d ago

I completely mirror those sentiments. I havent played either yet and I cant wait to either but holding on for physical or a decent sale price to go digital

GamingSinceForever86d ago

Alan Wake doesn’t have the greatest combat but the tlc put into it is evident. There is definitely nothing like it.

I wouldn’t be opposed to it taking most GOTY awards.

bazookasDAD86d ago

I have yet to play Baldurs Gate 3 or Alan wake but there is no denying 2023 has been a great year for gaming. With that said, my personal favorite game this year is Dave the Diver. Pure Joy.

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StarcrossedBits1d 11h ago

Who is the author to say what the game was meant to be? Shouldn't that be on the devs to decide?

Barlos1d 11h ago

Don't worry. The world will continue to turn.

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Who is to say that making changes will change what the game is or was meant to be?

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I think you´re the only one that worries about that.

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