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2010’s Influx of Gaming

This year is shaping up to be a great year for gaming.  Below is a list of the gaming gems that I feel will be worth my time this year.  And my wife’s bane…

God of War III

The Greek gods get their just desserts, in the last installment of the trilogy.  This made me squirt my pants a bit.


You get to play as the Horseman War after the apocalypse.  Hell won, and now you need to figure out who screwed you.  Killing Archangels, Demon Lords, and Joe Madueira’s art?  Yeah.

Dante’s Inferno

I know, it seems like a trend.  But what can I say?  I like games where you kill lots and lots of mythological deities in gruesome ways.  3 games this year, FTW!

Prince of Persia:  The Forgotten Sands

If you haven’t played the reboot in PS2 you don’t know what you’re missing.  My wife would’ve killed me if I hadn’t included this.  She’s more excited about this game than I am.  PS3’s last Prince of Persia was crap, and Ubisoft listened to our complaints.  Welcome back, rewind button!  How much I have missed thee!

White Knight Chronicles

Level 5 does it again.  I’ve been looking forward to this for a couple years now.  Giant robots AND and RPG that actually has depth?  Sign me UP!

  1. January 17, 2010 at 11:40 pm

    The only issue with Level 5 is that they tend to make their games super difficult by throwing in something completely unnecessary. An example being a limit on number of moves in a tactics game (Jeanne D’Arc).

  2. January 20, 2010 at 11:04 pm

    I’m still trying to wrap my head around the first GoW…

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