2008′s best games innovated
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Several sequels were among the best video games of 2008, but innovation also came into play, both with new peripherals, new properties, and new adaptations of well-known franchises. The following are some of the best games of 2008:
Using the Wii Balance Board in this workout game is not only fun, it’s a way to burn calories. The Nintendo crew continues to find ways to make the Wii a must-have for the non-hardcore gamers.
Grand Theft Auto IV
The game lived up to the hype. The mature-rated “Grand Theft Auto IV” features Niko Bellic, an eastern European lured to Liberty City by the promises of his cousin. His cousin, however, has oversold his own importance, and Niko must dig through the city’s underbelly to reach his goals. Excellent visuals and an engrossing storyline make “GTA IV” a must-buy for those who don’t mind the rough content.
Engineer Isaac Clarke is sent to repair a ship in deep space. But once there, he finds the ship overrun by zombies.
He has to use the tools on hand (like saws and welding guns) to take out the zombies in this survivalist horror game with a twist.
Left 4 Dead
Another zombie thriller, “Left 4 Dead” will adjust the gameplay experience based on the characters’ actions.
Explore the world of the Dark Knight in this adventure game starring LEGO versions of Batman, Robin, the Joker and more.
MLB 08: The Show
Excellent graphics and multiple gameplay options make this among the best sports games available for the PS3.
NCAA Football 09
The addition of online dynasty mode to this always-solid college football simulation made “NCAA Football 09″ among the year’s best.
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