Looking for 2022’s best video games? This year has seen a lot of games come out that are now must-haves for any gamer, no matter what console they have at home. From huge RPGs to small games that have set the stage for a change in the industry, a lot has happened.
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Since there are so many games, it’s almost impossible to pick the best ones, but here are the ones we think are the best.
Microsoft Windows, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S are all able to be used.
At this point, all gamers know about Elden Ring, and those who haven’t played it yet want to. We had no idea what to expect from the game, which doesn’t come as a surprise given Hidetaka Miyazaki’s and FromSoftware’s track records (plus George RR Martin as a writer).
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It is a third-person action RPG that is mostly about exploring and fighting. There are six main areas in a world that are completely open. The game’s mythology, which was based on medieval fantasy, tells a great story that can be enjoyed in many ways. It has gotten great reviews since it came out, and because of that, it could be one of the best movies ever made.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
Available on Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
With The Skywalker Saga, Lego takes all the excitement from its video games and makes it even better. The gameplay is similar to that of the other games. We follow the Skywalkers’ adventures from Episode I to IX (you can choose which prequel to start with) in a funny way, using the different skills of the characters to get where we need to go.
Now the game is less linear and combat is a big part of it, which makes it even more fun. You can also switch between 380 characters from the Star Wars universe, which adds to the fun.
Available on Microsoft Windows, macOS, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, and PS5.
Tunic is a unique action-adventure game that fans of the old Legend of Zelda games will love. The graphics are simple, and the game is played from an isometric perspective that lets us control the main character as he explores the game world.
The interesting thing about this game is that it is written in a strange language that the player must understand to know what to do since there are no clear instructions. As we solve more puzzles, this gets harder, but it also gets easier as we find the game manual within that world. Sounds hard and fun, right? It is.
Horizon Forbidden West
PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 are both available.
This game is the follow-up to the well-known Horizon Zero Dawn, and it is even better. It’s another open-world third-person action RPG where the player controls Aloy, a huntress in a post-apocalyptic world with dangerous animal-shaped machines.
It’s a bigger world than what we saw in the first part, and there’s a lot of emphasis on exploring it. The game also gives the player a lot of freedom to enjoy the main plot in different ways. On the other hand, it looks great and uses all of the PS5’s features to their fullest.
Available on Windows PC, Mac, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
Citizen Sleeper is not like the other games on this list. In fact, we could praise it as a great literary work that uses technology in the best way possible. It’s a role-playing game (RPG) that was made in the style of old board games. It has a lot of text and makes you make choices that lead to different paths. If you like old things or just want to try something new, you have to read this book.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge
Available for Windows PC, Linux, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.
If you are from the generation that played Ninja Turtles games in arcades, this is definitely one of the best games you will find this year. Shedder’s Revenge is a good continuation of the series that was popular in the 1990s. The gameplay and graphics are similar to what they were back then. The game has several levels that you have to beat by yourself or with other turtles (and other characters) while fighting ninjas and some of the most famous bad guys. It has great music, great visual jokes, and a lot of energy, which makes it one of the best games in the world. year.
Available on: Nintendo Switch
The greatest jewel of the Nintendo Switch in 2022. The wait for a Bayonetta 2 was long, and there was always the question of whether or not it could live up to the first game. Without a doubt, the wait was worth it. Despite the console’s limited graphics, the game is chaotic, entertaining, and quite cinematic from the start, with the main character, a sorceress who can summon monsters (among other abilities) to fight -this time- in a muted setting.
God of War Ragnarok
Available on: PS4 and PS5.
When it comes to the best video game franchises, God of War is always at the top. Its most recent game, Ragnarok, made a lot of people excited because it had been almost five years since the last one.
The game lived up to all of the expectations, staying true to the spirit of the series while taking it to a higher level visually (with a strong focus on innovation and accessibility for other types of players) and in terms of story, with a story that stayed true to Nordic traditions without ignoring the spirit of the series and setting the bar even higher for the future.
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