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These Are The Top Five Games Of 2018


The year is almost coming to a close. Although there are many games that have been released into the market, it’s only a chosen few that have succeeded in attracting massive number of followers. Game developers have also been challenged to create more entertaining games that are supported by various gaming consoles. This is actually the best time to look at the games that really rocked because they are not yet carried away by the holiday mood. The games listed below were chosen after carefully analyzing their individual responsiveness and simplicity.

  1. Mario Tennis Aces

Mario Tennis Aces is affiliated with Mario sports series. For a start, the game features a storyline that’s not captivating like those of its predecessors. And although the game supports multiple players, it has a scoring system that’s out of the ordinary. Instead of giving the players an opportunity to assume different roles, the game is tailored to be a tutorial for those that like to play tennis virtually. Besides that, there are only a few tournament choices. For you to win a tournament, you have to retain a high number of rackets. Interestingly, you can nourish your player by giving him a piece of the racket. But once racket is broken, there is no way of recovering it. The good thing is that you can manipulate your shots and extend the playtime of a tournament using cheat codes that are available at IwantCheats.

  1. Sea of Thieves

Playing Sea of Thieves makes you feel like you are watching Pirates of the Caribbean movie. The only difference is that you control over the outcomes of the game.  The game is actually a must play for all gamers that love action packed games. Though it features high quality graphics, the game is designed to be more user friendly through the inclusion of lesser systems. The game requires players to assume the role of pirate teams and invade on other ships that are on the sea. There are various weapons that can be adjusted to match with the needs of the player. The game can be played on PC, Xbox and Xbox one.

  1. Prey: Mooncrash

Prey: Mooncrash is designed to be played by one gamer at a time. However, a player can benefit from the insights of those that are watching him play. The game is all about a disaster that happens in the orbit of the moon. As a player, your role is to take care of the few casualties that you will find in your location. You can simulate their lives to know how the disaster happened. You are equipped with an arsenal of guns and special powers that provide multiple solutions to a single problem. The invading enemies are still around so you have to be careful not to be attacked by them. The game is supported by PS4, PC and Xbox one.

  1. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Judging by its storyline, Treasure tracker was created for a younger audience. The game allows gamers to play at the same time. However, one player assumes the main role of Captain Todd while the other one plays as an assistant. Just the name of the game suggests, a player has to hunt for hidden treasures and use them to build an empire. One has to move the camera around to be able to spot hidden treasures. The characters can never jump upwards. In fact, the rules that regulate the game have been simplified to make it easy for every gamer to understand them.

  1. Dead Cells

The game begins with the player assuming the role of a prisoner that’s locked up in a cell. At the initial stage of the game, the prisoner is nothing but a mere corpse. However, special powers bring the prisoner back to life. As a player, you have to break out of the cell and fight for your freedom. Once you are free, you have to fight with zombies that are baying for your blood. There are several levels that you have to go through to succeed in winning the game. For every enemy that you take down, you are rewarded with special powers and weapons to keep you going through the mission.

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