Game Of The Year

Last of Us + Boardgames

I’m Jeffrey Rex’ Definition of a Game of the Year:
The Game of the Year isn’t necessarily the highest rated game of that specific year, but is instead my favorite game of that year. The Game of the Year is also the game that I felt was thought-out particularly well, the game that I felt had the best combination of entertainment, enjoyment, excellence and the game I still cannot forget.

This list includes games that I view as the games of the year, for a given period. This period begins from the year 2000, and will not go any further back. As of 2013 – these are official picks I’ve made in an award post (featured on my blog).

2000 – The Sims, by Maxis – Played on a Personal Computer.

2001 – Grand Theft Auto III, by DMA Design (Rockstar North) – Played on PlayStation 2.

2002 – Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, by Rockstar North – Played on PlayStation 2.

2003 – Jak II: Renegade, by Naughty Dog – Played on PlayStation 2.

2004 – Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, by Rockstar North – Played on PlayStation 2.

2005 – Tekken 5, by Namco – Played on PlayStation 2.

2006 – Gears of War, by Epic Games – Played on XBOX 360.

2007 – Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, by Naughty Dog – Played on PlayStation 3.

2008 – Gears of War 2, by Epic Games – Played on XBOX 360.

2009 – inFAMOUS, by Sucker Punch Productions – Played on PlayStation 3.

2010 – Red Dead Redemption, by Rockstar San Diego – Played on PlayStation 3.

2011 – Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, by Naughty Dog – Played on PlayStation 3.

2012 – Journey, by ThatGameCompany – Played on PlayStation 3.

2013 – The Last of Us, by Naughty Dog – Played on PlayStation 3.

2014 – Shovel Knight, by Yacht Club Games – Played on PC.

2015 – Rocket League, by PsyOnix – Played on PlayStation 4.

– I’m Jeffrey Rex

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