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10 Great Games of this Generation You Might Not Have Played

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Author: Scott Vanderheyden  


Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey (DS)

A portable and mature take on the monster collecting genre that put Atlus on the map so many years ago with the original Shin Megami Tensei, Strange Journey is a sequel to the venerable series that has players collecting hundreds of monsters in an effort to stay alive.  The creatively designed demons feature animated sprites that would make Pokémon Black and White run away scared.  On top of that, Strange Journey is a console-sized game in the palm of your hands, boasting more content and replayability than the average home console experience.

10 Great Games: Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey (DS)

Red Faction: Guerilla (PS3, XBOX 360, PC)

Not your average sandbox shooter, Red Faction: Guerilla’s dusty Mars locales can be destroyed from the ground up, using a variety of destructive possibilities like a powerful hammer, fast-moving cars, and mushroom cloud-producing bombs.  Crashing a forklift through a wall, crushing your enemies on the other side never gets old.

10 Great Games: Red Faction: Guerilla (PS3, XBOX 360, PC)

Neuroshima Hex (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch)

A hex-based board game involving warring factions set in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by robots and mutants, Neuroshima Hex is a deep strategy experience that can suck hours upon hours of your life away.

10 Great Games: Neuroshima Hex (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch)

Elite Beat Agents (DS)

A stylus-tapping dance game with that kooky humor the Japanese are so well known for, Elite Beat Agents is a highly addictive and totally funky experience that might seem embarrassing to play at first but quickly becomes a way of life.  Just dig it and enjoy the music.

10 Great Games: Elite Beat Agents (DS)

Crimson Gem Saga (PSP, iPhone, iPod Touch)

An excellent homage to the classic role-playing games of the 16-bit era, Crimson Gem Saga’s traditional turn-based battles, hand-drawn 2D sprites and backgrounds, memorable characters, and challenging difficulty make it a familiar, but satisfying adventure worth taking.

10 Great Games: Crimson Gem Saga (PSP, iPhone, iPod Touch)

Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (DS)

A visual novel with a deep narrative and memorable characters that will keep you playing into the night, Hotel Dusk: Room 215 is a psychological journey through a creative, hand-drawn world unlike any other.  More of a novel than a game, the adventure-style gameplay is still captivating while reinforcing the storyline and setting.

10 Great Games: Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (Nintendo DS)

Posted on: 04/14/2011 | ? Comments
Tags: Singularity, Muramasa, Metro 2033, Red Faction,Guerilla, Elite Beat Agents, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Wii, DS, iPhone
Scott Vanderheyden

He's always enjoyed the artistic craft of video games and received a Bachelor in Fine Arts for Animation. He also creates his own games!

The views of GameDynamo's writers are not necessarily the views of the website as a whole. However, we support freedom of speech and enjoy diverse opinions about video games. Hopefully you do too!

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