Top 10s (Page 3)
A colourful collection of classic games
August 18, 2015 - Be they enhanced remakes, portable versions, or compilations; the Game Boy Color sure has a lot of them. In this list, I count down ten of the best pocket-sized ports for Nintendo's first fully coloured handheld console.
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A look back at 16-bit scrolling shooters
July 26, 2015 - Of all the classic game genres, very few remain as cutting-edge as the automatically scrolling shoot 'em up. In this list, I explore ten of the best shooters to be released in North America for the Super NES. Get ready to relive the days when shooting down enemy forces and dodging oncoming fire while sipping a can of Surge was all we needed for a quick adrenaline rush.
Read more: Top 10 Super Nintendo Shoot 'em Ups
From ducks to valets to heads of state
June 25, 2015 - It's hard to believe that the Ouya is already two years old. That's right, on this day in 2013; the bite-sized Android-based micro-console became publicly available. I thought it would be an appropriate time to list the ten best multiplayer games for the system. Invite some friends over, find a few extra controllers, and let's get this party started!
Read more: Top 10 Ouya Multiplayer Games (First Two Years)
Special moments from Namco's library
June 13, 2015 - When it comes to the arcade, Namco was always ahead of the game. I put together this list to celebrate the most underrated and hard-to-find games that were included in their Namco Museum compilations. Considering they were released for almost every console over the years, you know there are plenty of obscurities to explore. If you're ready, strap on your fanny pack. We're going back to the '80s!
Read more: Top 10 Namco Museum Hidden Gems
Running and jumping on Microsoft's original console
May 11, 2015 - When it comes to 3D platform games, Microsoft had more than their fair share. Considering it's a dying genre, I thought I'd put together a list of the best platformers ever released for the Xbox. If you're ready... let's jump in!
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From Vampires to Mavericks to Blinky, Inky, Pinky and Clyde
April 20, 2015 - Sony's PSP had a vast library of titles targeted towards retro gamers. Here, I take a look at ten fantastic remakes of classic games. Keep in mind that in order to be applicable for this list, the original games must have been released during the 16-bit era or earlier. Anyway, let's start this look back at some of the best retro remakes ever produced for portable play.
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Delightful downloads for dual-screens
March 27, 2015 - Nintendo's 3DS is home to plenty of fantastic portable titles; many of which are eShop games. Today marks its fourth birthday so I wrote this list to summarize ten of the best downloadables that have come out so far. Please note that games with physical releases and Virtual Console games are not included. Anyway, enjoy reading! Maybe you'll discover some hidden gems while you do.
Read more: Top 10 3DS eShop Games (First Four Years)
Time to get serious
March 8, 2015 - Whether it's bad translation or merely localisation staff having fun, there sure are some silly Maverick names. Let's take a trip down memory lane and have a look back at ten of the most laughable Mega Man X bosses.
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Ten ways to skin a dragon
February 22, 2015 - If there's a single genre that stands out on the Vita, it's JRPGs. On this day three years ago, the PlayStation Vita was widely released in North America and I wrote this list to mark the occasion. So, slip into some comfortable cosplay and enjoy this look back at ten incredibly fantastical stories of slaying demons and saving the world. As a side note, strategy games aren't included in this list (sorry, Disgaea).
Read more: Top 10 PlayStation Vita JRPGs (First Three Years)
Revisiting the dawn of downloadables
February 15, 2015 - Xbox 360 changed the way console gamers get their fix by introducing Xbox Live Arcade games to the mainstream. Sure, the original Xbox had a rudimentary online store that was launched via a mail-order disc, but Xbox 360 made it easy by integrating a Marketplace into the user interface. Believe it or not, its decade anniversary is this year and I made this list to celebrate. Each game featured here was released within the first couple years and although there are a few remakes, you won't find any direct ports (sorry, Symphony of the Night). Anyway, let's reminisce about a time when digitally distributed console games were fresh and exciting.
Read more: Top 10 Early Xbox 360 Live Arcade Games