GuideEater Top 10 Games Of 2017

Top 10 Games Of 2017

Happy new year everyone! We just passed 2017 it’s time to rank up some of the great games that are released in 2017. 2017 is a good year for us gamers as we are blessed with plenty of good game. Here are our picks for the top 10 games of 2017.  Cuphead

A 2D platforming shooter similar to Contra and Metal Slug. The things that stand out about Cuphead are the art style and its difficulty. The hand drawn and watercolor style looks fantastic. And the gameplay, it’s bullet hell, it’s difficult. One mistake and you have to start from scratch, but after you beat it makes you feel really good.  What Remains Of Edith Finch

The walking simulator with engrossing story. What Remains of Edith Finch is heart-breaking and you’ll probably shed a tear. The game is full of unexpected twists and turns with top-notch voice acting and a surreal and magical world.  PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

Be the last one standing is thrilling as it is anxiety producing. Up to one hundred players fight in a battle royale last man standing deathmatch. Play hide and seek until the electric wall of death finds you. Scavange the area and collect the tools needed to survive the battle.  Resident Evil 7

Resident Evil 7 has left its iconic third-person perspective and goes with a first person viewpoint. This perspective gets you up close and personal with the enemy. Combined with eerie music and controlled lightning this environment creates an unnerving tension. The finite amount of resources make every enemy that you encounter feels a lot terrifying.  Divinity: Original Sin II

Original Sin 2 consists of a world deep in lore and brimming with controlled chaos that rewards exploration and experimentation. The game offers up 14 different classes wherein you can mix and match hundreds of skills which affect the way you interact with the world in and out of combat. It’s overwhelming but challenging from start to finish.  NieR: Automata

Nier: Automata take place in a desolate but stunning futuristic dystopia, at different times it’s a hack-and-slash, an RPG, a shoot-‘em-up, and a brawler. The game has a deceptively deep story and wonderfully winding twists and turns.

Persona 54.  Persona 5

Persona 5 is a stylish JRPG with beautiful arts and soundtracks. As a teenager who is destined to save the world you have to balance between dungeon-crawling and its social simulator. The combat is fluid and by the end of the game, you will feel so attached to all of the characters in the game.

Horizon: Zero Dawn3.  Horizon: Zero Dawn

The game combines nature and technology well together. Post apocalyptic world filled with robots and stunning nature views. Gameplay with elegant combat and specific tactics for each enemy. Horizon is pretty much perfection.

Super Mario Odyssey2.  Super Mario Odyssey

Super Mario Odyssey is filled with plenty bite-sized challenges and unique theme from a steel concrete city to outer space with low gravity. Mario’s new friend Cappy adds a new gameplay by letting you possess the bodies of 24 different types of enemies. Controls were never a problem as Nintendo have already perfected the 3D platforming controls.

The Legend Of Zelda: The Breath Of The Wild

  1.  The Legend Of Zelda: The Breath Of The Wild

Breath of the Wild brings a new nuance into the open world genre, we may never be able to look at open-world games the same way again. The exploration and open-ended problem solving brings a lot of surprise into the game. The world interacts in a realistic way with many innovative things happening at the same time.