Best games of 2009

Discussion in 'Indie Related Chat' started by zoombapup, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. CraigStroenker

    CraigStroenker New Member

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    FEAR2 it self was nothing impressive but still very fun but DLC were very well done.
     
  2. Escapee

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    How could i miss Plants and Zombies !?? Just played through the trial and bought the game immediately after the trial ended. Seriously, this game ROCKS. I'm a street fighter / pro soccer evolution / online multiplayer guy and I got addicted into playing plants and zombies single player game. PopCap is GOD of Casual Games !
     
  3. Grey Alien

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    Right at the end of the year I played Assassin's Creed 2 and it's really rather good.
     
  4. Jamie W

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    I've been playing Osmos, it's part of the current Indie Love Bundle too, and have to say, it's completely awesome!! I have to say it again, it's that good. It's completely awesome!!
     
  5. nenenenad

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    I played that damned Doodle Jump for endless hours :)
     
  6. Xathia Vastar

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    Assassin's Creed 2
     
  7. Jack Norton

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    Same here. Played DAO with two different characters, it's probably the best RPG I've played so far.
    Also I agree that Fifa > PES. Incredible but true :)
     

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