The Best 2024 Games of 2010


Nintendo will remaster Another Code Recollection and Obsidian’s Avowed, two point-and-click puzzle adventure games released in January, respectively, for Wii U eShop in January 2019. Both titles offer point-and-click puzzle adventure gameplay while Avowed features action while keeping intact its RPG elements that made Pillars of Eternity such an enjoyable game experience. The Interesting Info about 2024 games.

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Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II

After years of stagnancy, Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S console duo is finally seeing more worthwhile first-party titles. This year’s lineup includes Hi-Fi Rush and Forza Motorsport, but what has really captured everyone’s imagination is Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II from 2023’s critically acclaimed Hellblade, which stars Melina Juergens as someone suffering psychosis. A trailer at The Game Awards provided players with an unnerving glimpse of gameplay that seems all too real. It has unnerved them into making sure the sequel to 2023’s critically acclaimed Hellblade can deliver.

While previous trailers only showed Senua walking through spaces or having terrifying encounters, this latest video provides us with a glimpse of combat. Epic’s Unreal Engine 5 technology ensures realistic facial animations – from her nose running snot down her nose to the folds in her lips; each detail makes Senua appear so life-like! We can only wait to see the final product!

Senua leads her warriors into medieval Iceland and encounters a giant’s lair, where they manage to set it ablaze; but when the creature escapes, it crawls towards Senua and asks for her assistance – but Senua recognizes him from somewhere in her past! Using Senua as an avatar, players interact with Senua’s perceptions of her world by arranging beams or trees so their shapes take form or by entering portals into alternative versions of it – solving puzzles as Senua would experience it!

Ninja Theory has yet to provide players with an exact release date for Hellblade 2 but announced it would be available via Game Pass, PC via Steam, and Xbox Series X/S by 2024. With its stunning new trailer that appears so natural it’s scary, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 seems poised to be one of the top psychological horror games this generation.


Obsidian Entertainment, best known for the Pillars of Eternity series, has created Avowed, a first-person RPG set in Eora with bustling ports, rolling hills covered by exotic plant life, unique ecosystems, and other fascinating environments that make up this diverse fantasy island nation. Your character is sent there as an envoy of the Emperor to investigate rumors of plague or other unnatural phenomena in this unique fantasy land.

The game will offer a similar gameplay experience to Elder Scrolls games yet shift from turn-based combat to real-time action-based combat. You will use both swords and magic against enemies while creating and customizing your party of companions – Obsidian has only shown one such companion so far, Coastal Aumaua Kai – who should be helpful as an ally.

Though details about the story are scant at this stage, we know that your characters will have various powers at their disposal and be able to establish themselves within their community. Furthermore, the game offers plenty of freedom of exploration, as seen from its trailer, which shows you hopping between towns as you traverse through the wilds of Living Lands.

Obsidian Entertainment seems determined to make Avowed more colorful than its Elder Scrolls predecessors, and that shows in the gameplay footage we have seen so far. The trailer shows off different environments like caves, forests, and temples, which may or may not be destructible. Combat also seems more “loadout-based” compared to recent Elder Scrolls titles; warriors can focus more on physical attacks, while spellcasters can bind abilities directly onto buttons for quick use.

Avowed was first revealed back in 2020, and it received another look during the Xbox Games Showcase this Sunday. A new trailer for Avowed showed more of Eora and showed your character in battle against various tribes of lizard-like peoples as well as angry mushrooms – making Avowed an exclusive Xbox release set to launch sometime around 2024.

The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker

The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker is the tenth game in The Legend of Zelda series and was released for Nintendo GameCube in 2002, becoming one of its best-selling titles at launch. Praised for its bold art style and seafaring gameplay, Wind Waker stands out amongst other titles because it takes place outside Hyrule and features cartoonish graphics.

Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask had more realistic art styles. Though many critics disapproved of it at first due to its cartoony graphics, The Wind Waker soon became popular among Zelda fans and is widely considered to be amongst its finest titles. Additionally, The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD, released for Wii U in 2013, is a high-definition remaster featuring updated graphics, running at 1080p resolution with soft lighting effects for more realistic shading; cel-shading improves cel shading to allow more expressive characters compared with its predecessor.

In addition to improved graphics, The Wind Waker HD includes some minor gameplay updates, such as reworking the fetching quest and providing faster sailing capabilities. But its most significant difference lies in using a physics engine for more realistic water movement and animations, as well as providing more detailed weather systems to influence how the ocean looks and feels.

The game follows Link as he travels across the Great Sea, an expansive body of water with 49 islands to discover, each one offering something unique: from small dungeons to towns packed with side quests and treasure. Furthermore, sailing makes its debut in Zelda world and creates an unmatched sense of exploration compared to any other game in its genre.

Though its story may not be as rich and immersive as Ocarina of Time or Skyward Sword, the game still provides hours of enjoyable entertainment. Exploring its wide-open world with colorful characters and intriguing sidequests remains enjoyable, while the signature dungeons offer intricate yet delightful puzzle designs.

Final Fantasy XV

Since 1999, Final Fantasy games have delighted audiences. But none have held as much appeal for players and fans as Final Fantasy XV has. Its visuals and gameplay enthralled virtually everyone who played it but faced considerable controversy regarding the story and character design. Developed initially under its codename Versus XIII, it later received its current generation debut title status and featured larger open-world environments as well as real-time battles using Astral summons.

It also marked the first time in any mainline Final Fantasy game to feature an open-world vehicle system, something which became immensely popular with players. You could explore Eos’ lush scenery freely with Noctis, Prompto, and Gladiolus by riding around in their car, which serves as their mobile base of operations.

No matter if you’re out searching for rare treasures or just admiring the scenery, XV’s cars are an essential component of its experience. Noctis and his companions operate from The Hammerhead – an old-timey gas station-service-shop hybrid– where Cindy serves as a de facto car mechanic.

One of the critical reasons behind Final Fantasy XV’s success has been its superb free post-launch support from Square Enix. Over time since release, they have introduced improvements and expansions, such as updating story elements, adding direct control off-road car driving (a feature not present upon initial launch), additional chapters with their respective Dungeons, image quality mode for PS4 Pro users, and an in-game ranking system.

XV can be both complex and dramatic yet still manages to speak directly to players. The characters in XV are engaging and charismatic, showing through even in the most convoluted situations. Furthermore, it’s satisfying to see Noctis and their friends navigate their relationships themselves rather than constantly being addressed by an omniscient narrator.

Suppose you can get past its pacing issues and the mysterious amount of downtime between missions. In that case, Final Fantasy XV delivers on its promise of an open-world road trip that upends series traditions. It offers an engaging adventure that will stay with you long after closing off the console.

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