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We've already taken our trip through the lows of 2010. Let's celebrate the highs. Although sometimes it seems like the past year in videogames will be mostly remembered for the, there were also some pretty impressive games released in 2010, too. The year brought with it some long-in-the-making, big-budget extravaganzas that — in an ironic twist — were actually worth all the money poured into them. Gamers also enjoyed some surprising breakout indie hits. Here are Wired.com's selections of the 20 best games of 2010, as chosen by Chris Kohler, Gus Mastrapa, Daniel Feit, Jason Schreier and John Mix Meyer.
Fallout: New Vegas (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC) With Fallout 3, Bethesda planted its flag in the wasteland sands, reviving the venerable PC franchise for a new generation. Fallout: New Vegas brings the game back to its roots. Obsidian, a studio founded by folks who created the original games, took the West Coast homecoming seriously, delivering plot, characters and places that are. Fallout: New Vegas may be buggier than a Radroach nest, but wading through the pests is totally worth it. —Gus Mastrapa.
Kirby's Epic Yarn (Wii) Kirby's Epic Yarn didn't do anything especially novel with its gameplay, but I have an inkling that's not why this cooperative platformer kept popping up in our Game of the Year discussions. What left such an impact were the graphics, the beautiful digitally photographed bits of string and fabric that move and shift so naturally, as if the entire game were made from stop-motion animation. It's not just the visual flair, it's the surprising ways the imagery interacts with you that makes the game a joyful experience. —Chris Kohler. Castlevania: Harmony of Despair (Xbox 360) Harmony of Despair is the Castlevania game I never knew I wanted.
After years of derivative sequels, Konami mixed up the formula in an unexpected way with Harmony of Despair. By throwing together a collection of the series' past heroes, monsters and environments in multiplayer arenas, a genuinely new game was born. It makes up for its missing narrative by emphasizing replayability, treasure hunting and online co-op. The game has only improved since thanks to downloadable content, including four additional characters, a and 10 remixes of past Castlevania anthems. —Daniel Feit Photo courtesy Konami. Super Meat Boy (Xbox 360, PC) Super Meat Boy is one of the hardest platformers I've ever played, and one of the best. It features more than 300 fun-size levels, all of which are filled with tough, clever platforming challenges.