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 Written by Matt Swider  on January 04, 2011

Top 11-15: Our Top 11-15 games of 2010 doesn't get much more diverse than a singing game, a sports game, a Japanese RPG, a classic shooter from the N64 days and the ultimate racing simulator.

Top Games of 2010:
Top 1-5 | Top 6-10 | Top 11-15 | Top 16-20 | Top 21-25 | Top 26-30 | Top 31-35 | Top 36-40

Disney Sing It: Party Hits
Platforms: PS3, Wii
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Developer Zoe Mode
Release Date: August 3, 2010

"This is a great game for parents looking to encourage their children to sing, or even with children who have an interest in singing for fun. It would be a great addition to any child's birthday party, or even a slumber party if you have thick walls and don't mind the musical stylings of Paramore and Justin Bieber." - Nicole Kline
Read the full Disney Sing It: Party Hits review

FIFA Soccer 11
Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360
Publisher: EA Sports
Developer EA Canada
Release Date: September 28, 2010

"The realism is improving with every new game that EA turns out, making the game more and more enjoyable for soccer fans and general sports video game enthusiasts alike. All of the steps that are really noticeable, however, are baby steps." - Charlie Biscotto
Read the full review

Final Fantasy XIII
Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer Square Enix
Release Date: March 9, 2010

"Final Fantasy XIII will probably not go down as one of the high points in the series. However, on its own, FFXIII is still a really good and enjoyable game with a fantastic battle system and gorgeous graphics. The story, while interesting, has numerous moments where nothing happens, and the aforementioned design quirks can be quite frustrating on top of that. It all comes back to the combat though ? it's just plain fun to fight stuff. Plus, as odd as this sounds, the game hits a crescendo after the story ends. That alone is enough to get through the game, take in the scenery, and see the plot to its conclusion." - Adam Woolcott
Read the full Final Fantasy XIII review

GoldenEye 007
Platforms: Wii
Publisher: Activision
Developer Eurocom
Release Date: November 2010

"GoldenEye 007 is back and so is my desire to play my dust-collecting Nintendo Wii. As a remake of the hit 1997 first-person shooter on N64, it's unlike the current crop of FPS games, Halo: Reach, Fallout: New Vegas and Call of Duty: Black Ops, which all strive to introduce something new. Instead, what matters here is keeping things old. Activision and developer Eurocom successfully deliver the feeling of nostalgia, while adding the online multiplayer support we dreamed about 13 years ago. They also offer a modern, more robust campaign story that makes sense over its six missions. Even though it's not a shot-for-shot remake due to complicated legal issues, the new GE 007 captures the original's gameplay, which impressively still makes for a fun game in the current generation." - Matt Swider
Read the full GoldenEye 007 review

Gran Turismo 5
Platforms: PS3
Publisher: SCEA
Developer Polyphony Digital
Release Date: November 22, 2010

"Gran Turismo 5 is an enormous achievement; the product of an unrivaled passion that shows itself in every mode of play. Newcomers get a chance to enter the series with the greatest racing game ever made, and longtime fans have been honored with a gift better than anything they could have asked for this [year.]" - Mike Gutierrez
Read the full GT5 review

Top Games of 2010:
Top 1-5 | Top 6-10 | Top 11-15 | Top 16-20 | Top 21-25 | Top 26-30 | Top 31-35 | Top 36-40

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