Our Top 10 Games of 2018 – Vidjagame Apocalypse 296

Welcome to our sixth annual end-of-year roundup, when we gather together a bunch of games-industry guests and count down our favorite games of the year. This year’s show is one of our biggest yet, weighting in at a hefty 3.5 hours and featuring appearances from Brett Elston, USgamer‘s Kat Bailey and Mike Williams, MacWorld’s Leif Johnson, Experience PointsJorge Albor, Ubisoft News’ Youssef Maguid, Anthony Acosta, and Thirty Twenty Ten’s Diana Goodman.

Question of the Week:
What’s your personal Game of the Year for 2018?


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2 thoughts on “Our Top 10 Games of 2018 – Vidjagame Apocalypse 296

  1. Good list. I need to catch up and play some of the heavy hitters. Celeste has intrigued me, but I’ve been busy with other games.

  2. Up until two weeks ago, I would have probably put PS4 Spider-Man as my personal GOTY, but I recently took a risk on a game based purely on the strength of the trailer.
    Gris was a game that came to me out of nowhere. I hadn’t seen any promotional material or previews, but because I had some Nintendo credit burning a hole in my pocket, I bought the game. Whilst it is by no means a lengthy experience, the 4-5 hours I spent with Gris have stuck with me more than anything else I’ve played this year. Like Journey, this game affected me on a deeper level than just “ooh, these are pretty graphics and sounds”.
    The great platforming, the way that colour is returned to your black & white world, and the mechanics that are gradually added to the game keeps things varied and interesting, and all add up to a sublime experience.

    Did I mention the animation and soundtrack? They’re both amazing.

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