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Game Profile
 Written by Matt Swider  on January 05, 2011

Top 26-30: Red Dead Redemption may have been one of the hottest games of the year, but the Top 26 through 30 also feature worthy downloadable and portable games.

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

Pac-Man Championship Edition DX
Platforms: PS3 (PSN), Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Publisher: Namco Bandai
Developer Namco
Release Date: November 17, 2010 / November 23, 2010

Pac-Man Championship Edition rechristianed the pellet-munching yellow circle as a star of the Xbox Live Arcade. The sequel, Pac-Man Championship Edition DX, takes things to an entirely different level. More courses, more ghosts, more power pellets, more everything. Pac-Man Championship Edition DX is... without a doubt... the best PSN/XBLA game of the year. - Gaming Target Staff

PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe
Platforms: PSP
Publisher: SCEA
Developer Q-Games
Release Date: April 27, 2010

"PixelJunk Monsters is a game that lends itself easily to portable systems, and I'm glad Q-Games took the plunge and brought this much-loved game to the PSP. Easy to learn, difficult to master, this game is perfect for gaming on the go. With an adorable soundtrack ? again done by Otograph ? the game is both soothing, addicting, and maddeningly fun." - Nicole Kline
Read the full PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe review

Professor Layton and the Unwound Future
Platforms: DS
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer Level 5
Release Date: September 10, 2010

"If you haven't picked up Unwound Future yet, do it. If you haven't played any of these games yet, what are you waiting for? If puzzle/brain-teaser games aren't your cup of tea, hand that cup over to Professor Layton, with which he'll continue in his efforts to be a true gentleman. With the continued improvement of the good Professor, the next two Layton games will be worth the wait, but by no means should any of them be ignored." - Ryan Littlefield
Read the full Professor Layton and the Unwound Future review

Puzzle Quest 2
Platforms: Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Publisher: D3 Publisher
Developer Infinite Interactive
Release Date: June 30, 2010

"Puzzle Quest 2 lives up to fans' high expectations and delivers a fun and lovingly addictive evolution of our favorite gem-matching RPG. The only downside is the inevitable economic crash caused by everyone abandoning their jobs to sit glued in front of their consoles in frenzied, non-stop gem-matching benders. Damn those Aussies!" - Troy Matsumiya
Read the full Puzzle Quest 2 review

Red Dead Redemption
Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360
Publisher: Rockstar Games
Developer Rockstar North
Release Date: May 18, 2010

"Red Dead Redemption delivers the package perfectly. It gives players a satisfying, open-world experience ? those who want to follow the main story can do so in about 15 hours, while the completionists will have a field day with all of the side missions and other items added into the game. The sprawling, immersive environment and lingering soundtrack alone make the game worthy of a playthrough. But, above all, John Marston is a compelling and intriguing character. Humorous, intelligent, and extremely likable, spending nearly a full day as Marston is an experience I won't soon forget." - Nicole Kline
Read the full Red Dead Redemption 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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