By skate4fungirl 7 Comments
Favorite Games of 2011, now slightly salvaged with the help of spilledmilkfactory
|1. L.A. Noire|
Slow paced but still hold my attention. There is always something new to figure out, clues to find, etc.
|2. Mortal Kombat|
Honestly, I just like beating the crap out of people.
Ahem, what she means to say is... this game is accessible to both beginners and fighting pros, making it a great choice with which to duel my illustrious, sexy boyfriend
|3. Blocks That Matter|
Challenging, but still casual enough to be fun. I love figuring things out and solving problems.
|4. Fruit Ninja Kinect|
I like watching make an idiot out of himself. Seriously though, this was a great party game and a big hit in my dorm.
|5. The Gunstringer|
This makes the list because it's one of the games I've played most this year. I found it only mildly glitchy, which for the Kinect is a minor miracle, but also amusing, and a good way to pass the time.
|6. DiRT 3|
|7. Battlefield 3|
Not a huge fan of the competitive online game play, but I have a soft spot in my heart for games in which encourage teamwork. Battlefield 3 is a good game to work together with other players.
|8. Batman: Arkham City|
Batman was a dark game, which as a dark person (racist!) seemed fitting. Has a good story and as a fan of Batman I found the game a good representation of it.
|9. LittleBigPlanet 2|
LittleBigPlanet2 should probably be ranked higher, but I haven't played it enough to really dig into all the aspects of the game. I found this game was artistically creative. This game had a handmade look to it, which appeals to me as an artist.
|10. BloodRayne: Betrayal|
Reminded me of older games I played. My like for BloodRayne: Betrayal is solely nostalgia based.