10 Best Games of 2019: Which Games are on the List?

The ten best games of 2019 will be different for everyone.
The ten best games of 2019 will be different for everyone. / Photo courtesy of 2K Games

The ten best games of 2019 will be different for everyone. Each gamer enjoys a different genre or play style which will dramatically alter this list. Here is a look at the 10 best games of the year.

10 Best Games of 2019: Which Games are on the List?

10: Apex Legends

Respawn's new take on battle royales was completely integrated into Apex Legends. The gunplay of this title can go toe-to-toe with any title that was released this year or in recent memory. This 3v3 bullet storm of a game, with character powers, versatility, and fast pace can rival any battle royale title.

9: Devil May Cry 5

Hideaki Itsuno's Devil May Cry 5 is a cool arcade style game that checks all the boxes of a great game. The story line has depth and ties together loose ends of previous games. This game has so much versatility with ability to play between three characters that all possess their own unique style of play. This game is so much more than just hacking and slashing through enemies and it pushes all the norms of what an arcade game should be.

8: A Plague Tale: Innocence

Asobo Studio's A Plague Tale: Innocence recounts the story of two orphans, Amicia and Hugo, who are on the run from the Inquisition and the Black Death threatening fourteenth century France. It's a horrid account that is loaded with inauspicious successions and twisted out rodent outbreaks that swarm around as a fundamental riddle repairman, and it utilizes the passionate draw of each condition and set piece to follow the high points and low points of a young person who is left to think about her 5-year-old sibling. Each labyrinth, background, buddy, and sprinkling of speculative chemistry is utilized to give the world a chance to unfurl around you - examining the connections among guiltlessness and versatility, and how expectation will figure out how to bloom in the repulsions of disaster. It's an accomplishment that is kept down by consistency, yet it's one that will everlastingly reserve A Plague Tale as a perfect irregularity in emotive narrating.

7: Luigi's Mansion 3

The third installment of Luigi's Mansion was nothing short of brilliant and was the best of the series. Levels are significantly more shifted and visually dumbfounding; a little pleasure that you can completely play alone or in co-op mode. This game has over 20 hours of gameplay for fans to enjoy and not feel like they are flying through the game. This game shows an endless amount of creativity and could sneak into the conversation for game of the year.

6: Days Gone

On the off chance the pacing and world structure was more tight, Days Gone would've stood out forever as a productive, spearheading endeavor. When you're sneaking over a twilight ridge, discovering a crowd of zombies groaning their way around, it's a feeling of force like nothing else. Deacon St. John gets upstaged by his very own name with regards to memorability, yet as a zombie experience, Days Gone bridles enough of that enormous scale, confining feel, to be completely recommendable.

5: Kingdom Hearts 3

Kingdom Hearts III is an unadulterated piece of moving art. The combat engine is gaudy and shifted, with a lot of customization alternatives and the absolute coolest moves that can be utilized in any activity RPG. The Disney universes, from the well-known and epic Olympus to the twisting lanes of San Fransokyo, are loaded up with genuine storylines that uncover a feeling of innocent marvel. The conclusion to this prolific franchise was nothing short of spectacular.

4: Metro Exodus

Metro Exodus takes risks as it shies away from the suspenseful corridor maneuvering of past Exodus game. However, that risk worked and paid dividends in the popularity of this game. This game is visually stunning thanks to the effects and the elite level lighting. Some fans probably were not too excited about some of the changes at first, however, as you play through Metro Exodus, you realize that the risks taken were appropriate and important for the next installment.

3: Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare

The reboot of Modern Warfare has been nothing short of spectacular. The maps are detailed and extensive with that old Modern Warfare feel. The campaign is gutsy and actually diverts the player away from jumping right into multiplayer. Infinity Ward, put so much emphasis on appealing to the suggestions of the people that they completely hit a home run!

2: The Outer Worlds

If Skyrim and Fallout were people, they would be proud watching the Outer Worlds become arguable one of the best RPG's of all-time. This space western game pushes the envelop of what an RPG can be. The story development, freedom, and endless amounts of underlying themes of this game put it in a class of its own. Outer Worlds shatters expectations and put the RPG world on notice.

1: Borderlands 3

Believe it or not, I pegged BL3 to be just an expansion of its predecessors without new mechanics. Borderlands 2 is one of the best titles I have ever played and I believed it would be hard for 2K to out due themselves in their third Borderlands title. Borderlands 3 completely innovated everything we loved most about Borderlands and made it better. The loot system in this game is a lot better allowing players to actually get legendary weapons without the constant farming and harassing the same enemies. The in-depth story is lightened by comic relief is always fun and the new playable characters are a lot more in-depth than previous years. It is hard to make a really good title better than but Borderlands 3 did the impossible and earned the No.1 spot on this list.