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Game Profile
 Written by Matt Swider  on January 04, 2011

Top 16-20: Our Top 16-20 range from complex games like Halo: Reach and Heavy Rain to simpler games like the downloadable Lara Croft title and Kirby's 2D return.


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


Halo: Reach
Platforms: Xbox 360
Publisher: Microsoft
Developer Bungie
Release Date: September 14, 2010

"Halo: Reach is the crown jewel of Bungie's beloved creation. After giving us a decade of incredibly insane fun, they leave us with the most customizable and addicting game yet, and raise the bar for those who are now carrying the Halo torch. There's not much else to say except thank you, Bungie, it's been one hell of a ride." - Troy Matsumiya
Read the full Halo: Reach review


Heavy Rain
Platforms: PS3
Publisher: SCEA
Developer Quantic Dream
Release Date: February 23, 2010

"[A]mazing visuals and audio, incredibly detailed and involved characters, and an immersive and well-written storyline. I highly recommend the interesting and unique experience that is Heavy Rain." - Nicole Kline
Read the full Heavy Rain review


John Daly's ProStroke Golf
Platforms: PS3
Publisher: O-Games
Developer Gusto Games
Release Date: November 2, 2010

"[T]here's really nothing more satisfying than when you make that first Green in Regulation and sink your first Birdie. ProStroke will intoxicate serious golfers, while undoubtedly pleasing recent Move owners and sports gamers looking for an alternative to the mainstream. This is the new standard in golf games and will continue to be for quite some time." - Mike Gutierrez
Read the full John Daly's ProStroke Golf review


Kirby's Epic Yarn
Platforms: Wii
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer Good-Feel
Release Date: October 17, 2010

When it was released in November, Kirby's Epic Yarn wasn't exactly the same game Nintendo fans have been promised since 2005. Nope, it was better. The game's gonzo art style reimagined Kirby's world as a giant cross-stitch pattern in motion and gamers ate it up. The game is also the latest in a long line of new sidescrollers from The Big N and it's proof that 2D never really went anywhere. - Gaming Target Staff


Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
Platforms: PC, PS3 (PSN), Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer Crystal Dynamics
Release Date: August 18, 2010

"Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is definitely a rebirth for the Tomb Raider series. A meaty puzzle-based platformer that will definitely have fans asking for more. Guardian of Light captures the essence of a classic Tomb Raider game while managing to feel like something new" - John Scalzo
Read the full Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light 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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