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Top 10 Best Video Games Of 2021

Top 10 Best Video Games Of 2021

Introduction Top 10 Best Video Games Of 2021

The 2021 video game end-of-year party has kicked off with Deathloop, but it is not alone. A new Metroid, Halo Infinite, and Pokémon remakes are just some of the games to look forward to over the next few months. Nevertheless, the 2021 games are many and varied, so you can revisit them or play them for the first time now before a torrent of new games hits. In this article we have listed the best videos games of 2021 read and enjoy. 

A few of the games that really show off the PlayStation 5's incredible power include Ratchet and Clank, Resident Evil Village, and Psychonauts 2. As more outstanding games hit consoles and PCs, the list of 2021's best games will be updated.

Eastward

Eastward Game

Would you like to play games like Earthbound and Zelda: A Link to the Past? Of course you would. It is obvious you have good taste.

If that's the case, you should check out Eastward, a new top-down game in the vein of every 16-bit RPG you've ever loved. The game is slow-paced and takes some time to get going, but it's well worth the time and effort. Stunning graphics and pretty style make it worth the time and effort. A+ all the way around.

Deathloop


Deathloop

At this point, Deathloop is the best reason for you to purchase a PlayStation 5. An age old story that never goes out of style, Murder On The Beach is a murder puzzle game where you wake up on a beach and then realize that you are stuck in a time loop.

Excellent voice acting elevates a cast of characters to a higher level of realism and enhances the combat system. The starring feature, however, is the island of Blackreef, which you'll want to explore again and again.


Disco Elysium: The Final Cut

Disco Esylum

As a result of its 2019 release, Disco Elysium was rewarded with several accolades, including a perfect score from GameSpot, several nominations for most anticipated games, and a series of excellence awards for its narrative.

Earlier this year, an enhanced version of Final Cut was released for Windows PCs and PlayStation 4 and 5. This version included extensive voice acting (over one million words) and additional quests. Switch and Xbox versions are planned for later this year.

Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village

The illustrious survivor-horror franchise is marking 25 years with Resident Evil Village, aka Resident Evil 8. All the things that make the series great are celebrated here: suspense, unforgettable characters, explosive combat and surreal settings. And horror, of course. Lots of horror.

If you're a fan of the series, Resident Evil Village is a no-brainer. Anyone who thinks they're up for it should check it out. 

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

Ratchet Clank

It has been nearly 20 years since Ratchet & Clank started and, even after nearly 20 years of games, Rift Apart stands out as the best entry. Although Rift Apart follows the series' tested formula of action platforming coupled with over-the-top weaponry, the latest game delivers one of the strongest narratives in the franchise, giving fans and newcomers alike a compelling and fun story to follow.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is a wonderful demonstration of what the PS5 is capable of, and it's also made us more excited about the series' future.

Additionally, the PS5's SSD hardware allows the game to not only shorten loading times, but also shape level design. Definitely worth a try for PS5 owners.

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury

Super Mario

Nintendo's Switch has some of the most valuable assets from the Wii U, as demonstrated by Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. The original version of Super Mario 3D World was released for the Wii U along with Mario Party 8, Bayonetta 2, Pokken Tournament and Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze. For those who missed it the first time around, it has been brought to Switch alongside Bowser's Fury's short but sweet add-on.

Hitman 3

Hitman 3

Game of the year 2021 is Hitman 3, and it's a good one as well. CNET sister site GameSpot gave Hitman 3 a 9/10 for its excellent level design and story, as well as its remarkable replayability. Hitman trilogy began with the eponymous 2016 title. The key is that last attribute. Assassination is part of the plot of Hitman, but you'll have to play each level repeatedly to see all of the clever ways in which Agent 47 dispatches bad guys. Hitman is more of an action game than a puzzle game. 

Among other consoles, the game is available on the PS4 and PS5, but the PS5 version offers 4K, 60 frames-per-second gameplay and improved haptic feedback thanks to the DualSense controller. 

It Takes Two

It takes two

Clubs within air-conditioning ducts. Stacked up against a squirrel in a Street Fighter-like showdown. The game has it all. There is a relationship between married couple Cody and May who find themselves trapped in the bodies of toys that their daughter created in their image. You know, the usual stuff.

In this game, spouses work together to solve problems, and as such it is exclusively for two players. You're sure to have a charming time with It Takes Two if you've got a partner around who's willing to play through 12 hours of cooperative platforming.

Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intergrade

Final Fantasy

It was almost too good to be true when Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced in 2020. In addition to being exciting and surreal, it was equally thrilling to see the classic party of heroes from Final Fantasy VII in an entirely new and visually stunning light. This role-playing game was one of the best of the year, despite calling itself just another remake. Despite this, it is only a part of a larger story, and we still have to wait some time to see what happens next. The PS5 version of Intergrade served as a great way to hold players over until then.

Intergrade's FFVII Remake features an impressive visual and gameplay upgrade, as well as a new PS5 exclusive story expansion featuring FFVII's quirky ninja, Yuffie, and her journey through Midgar. Check out Intergrade if you own a PS5 and haven't yet experienced Final Fantasy VII Remake.

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