The EZA Community Top 25 Best of 2019!
DemonPirate last edited by
I initially did not submit a vote because I thought I don't qualify since I didn't play enough games but after reading through a list of games released this year I managed to get exactly four! Hell yeah!
#1: Astral Chain
#2: Katana Zero
#3: Sayonara Wild Hearts
#4: Pokemon Sword and Shield
Hardest deliberation was between Sayonara and Katana but I felt like Katana offered me more in the end. Even though I definitely spent more time on Sayonara for those trophies.
Anyways, new year resolution is to definitely play more games.
To the mods: let's move this topic to the Hall of Fame.
Scotty last edited by Scotty
2-Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
4-Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
I am late to the party but I want to write something about top 2:
RE2 is a really nice game. Action, thrill, story and ''feeling the kill'' are all good. And it is the first RE game that I finished. I am looking forward to RE3 Remake.
Sekiro is good even though I hate souls games' decisions about checkpoints. I don't want to play the same thing if I already beat it, just put me in the place that I died for God's sake! Other than that, story and the bosses were interesting. I quit the game when I saw there are a lot of optional bosses and because of I'm a little obssesive about this kind of stuff; I had to kill them all but that would take so much time and also would be tiresome instead of fun. I really loved two things about this game: Combat was so satisfying, like katana's clashing, blood, killing someone etc. and mobility was nice change from those heavy DS games.
To me, 2019 was a nice year but not a great one unlike 2018. 2020 is looking even better than 2018 which is awesome!
@axel Community Showcase submission post is up now.
Nice, thanks for the reminder!
@axel I can't see your submission (it was probably deleted). Please check it, submissions are closing soon.
@ffff0 It's done now, can you check if it shows up on your side?
@axel Yes, I can see it now. Great post!
Btw, I totally forgot but this thread was talked about on the March Community Showcase, so I'm putting the link here for those who missed it: