10 Game of The Year Games from THE LAST 10 YEARS

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Believe it or not…the game of the year debate has been raging on for more than a decade.
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0:00 Intro
0:31 Elden Ring
1:45 Metroid Dread
3:16 Ghost of Tsushima
5:02 Control
6:50 Red Dead Redemption 2
8:25 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
10:00 Doom
11:18 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
12:37 Dark Souls II
13:52 The Last of Us

#10 Elden Ring

Platform: PC PS5 XSX|S PS4 Xbox One

Release Date: February 25, 2022

#9 Metroid Dread

Platform: Switch

Release Date: October 08, 2021

#8 Ghost of Tsushima

Platform: PS4

Release Date: July 17, 2020

#7 Control

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One – August 27, 2019

Release Date: PS5 XSX|S – February 2, 2021

#6 Red Dead Redemption 2

Platform: PS4 Xbox One – October 26, 2018

Release Date: PC – November 5, 2019

#5 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Platform: Switch

Release Date: March 03, 2027

#4 Doom

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One – May 13, 2016

Release Date: Switch – November 10, 2017

#3 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One -May 19, 2015

Release Date: PS5 XSX|S – 14 December 2022 / Switch – October 15, 2019

#2 Dark Souls II

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One PS3 Xbox 360

Release Date: April 24, 2014

#1 The Last of Us

Platform: PS4 July 29, 2014

Release Date: PS3 June 14, 2013 .

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37 COMMENTS

  1. I havent seen any open world as immersive as Elden Ring in my entire life. If u haven't given a shot to Elden Ring then just go once any tty it, and trust me You wont regret it.

  2. Absolutely love Dread, BoTW, Ghost of Tsushima, The Witcher. Just getting to Elden Ring. I have a major back log. Agree with Red Dead and DOOM as well. Pretty solid list. I'd argue against DS2, though. Might have to put Alien: Isolation over that. Wasn't a particularly stellar year, looking back, though. Unless I'm forgetting some obvious stuff.

  3. People don't praise Sekiro enough. This game made me lose interest in all other game.
    Tried so many other game and I always end up comparing it to sekiro and find flaws in them. All other games are not just good enough.

  4. I loved Control, and I didn't love Elden Ring. And I think that the two games are contextually relevant in what I loved/didn't love. They both have pretty unique art styles and deep lore, which I'm a fan of. Control has an actual character as the playing character, Elden Ring didn't – I prefer to play as a character than as silent zombie protagonist, but that's not a make-or-break thing for me. But in Control, I found that combat was fun, and in Elden Ring it was a slog. Control felt responsive, and fights were faced paced and fun. For me, Elden Ring felt very much like a rotation between awkwardly dodging, awkwardly guarding, and awkwardly attacking. It was punishing, but it was more tedious than hard. I might have liked Elden Ring more if the combat had clicked with me, but it never stopped feeling slow and awkward.

  5. Honeslty, im not saying you guys had a bad pick for 2015, but you gotta give a shoutout to undertale man. A great comedy, action, adventure, rpg you name it, its emotional, every single thing you do has an impact, an example of that is the fact that there is 97 endings in the game, truly shows how much effort was put into Undertale

  6. My game of all times is Elden Ring. Granted, it was one of my first games I played after 30+ years of doing other things so there was a "first love" thing going on. It is just so wonderful and captivating. I hope there will be another game that I'll love that much.

  7. My list:
    2013: The Last of Us
    2014: Dragon Age: Inquisition
    2015: The witcher 3
    2016: Uncharted 4
    2017: Breath of The Wild
    2018: Red Dead Redemption 2
    2019: Control
    2020: Ghost of Tsushima
    2021: Age of Empires IV
    2022: God of war: Ragnarok
    2023: Baldur's Gate III

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