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The Magic Rain’s Top 10 Best Games Of 2019

It’s been about a month into 2020, but some of us are still hung up over what to call the best game last year. 2019 was probably one of the best years for gaming within the past few years. We saw companies rise above previous trials, and others with their armour cracking, revealing the true monsters inside.

But enough of descriptive metaphors for failing game companies, what you guys want is a list. So here we are to provide. These games are listed in no particular order, so #10 could be just as good as #1 here.

#10. Devil May Cry 5


When it comes to action, Devil May Cry 5 never runs out. In fact, you could say that it constantly ramps up throughout the game. Amazing visuals, kickass soundtrack, and gameplay that is fun for all levels, but gratuitously rewards you the more skilled you are. There is no denying that Capcom started the year out amazingly strong, with one of the best games ever in the Devil May Cry franchise.

And we’re not ashamed to admit we still have “Devil Trigger” playing in our cars every so often.

#9. Disco Elysium


Never have we played a game that starts you out as a completely blank slate, and provides so many avenues to building your own story that we’re still playing it to this day.

Disco Elysium is basically Dungeons & Dragons in a modern setting, with skill checks determined by the passive stats you choose as well a dice roll to determine your success.

It’s hilarious, yet sombre. It’s dark, but also colourful. Disco Elysium truly encapsulates the idea of “role-playing” in a complete package.

#8. Fire Emblem: Three Houses


FE3H takes what makes the previous two Fire Emblem games great, and then made them even better. Nintendo and Intelligent System packed in multiple story routes and improved combat mechanics alongside new ones. 

You can tailor your team to your own specific tastes by interacting with them in different ways, and the houses system ensures that you have more freedom in choosing who you want to work with, without restricting the number of characters in the game itself.

Strategically, the game itself is easy to understand, but challenging enough to not baby you around. Surviving and winning a combat situation through tactical knowledge and strategy is one of the most satisfying feelings you can get, and the story itself is atmospheric and very personable. You write your own story here with what you are given, and it makes for insane replay value.

In short, we love it.

#7. Outer Wilds


If you look at Mobius Digital’s website, you’ll find only 3 games they’ve worked on: Beacon 38, a mobile exploration game which creatively uses sonar, Terra Chroma, an RPG game with puzzle elements that continually challenge players, and this game right here: Outer Wilds.

For their first major outing on PC? What a game.

Despite sharing an almost similar title with another game that dropped this year, Outer Wilds managed to completely blow us away with how distinct it feels from almost any other exploration game on the market.

For something to create an impact like that, and to leave everyone who’s played it wanting even more? Small wonder it’s our pick this year.

#6. F1 2019


We are, by nature,  massive petrolheads, whose biggest dream is to be a Formula 1 driver. Though that dream seems incredibly farfetched now, with F1 2019, I’ve basically gotten the chance to live that dream from the comfort of my own home.

Genuinely an amazing simulation of a young prodigy’s growing F1 career, the game is a complete package front-to-back. As a rising star wanting to break into F1, you start from the bottom and slowly crawl your way up into the hot seat of the fastest racing machines on land.

You get to pick your team, choose how you want to develop your car, choose how you want your persona to be in public, and even create rivalries and narratives of your own.

In such a glorious package, the racing itself is also incredibly immersive and almost true-to-life. If you’re an F1 lover, this game is worth every single penny, and more.

#5. Apex Legends

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It’s very rare these days that a first-person shooter arrives with enough innovation to revitalize the genre. With cookie-cutter, samey-looking shooters on an overblown market, Apex Legends comes as a breath of fresh air for both battle royale and FPS games.

Slick and tight controls, fun gunplay, impressive arsenal and characters with distinct personalities and abilities, jumping into any game feels like a different experience anytime. It’s also an innovator, allowing players in a squad to seamlessly communicate with each other silently through the use of pings, each ping sending a different message to allow for easy understanding.

Despite mediocre post-launch support, Apex Legends created enough of a storm when it first released to lock in a player base that still actively plays the game to this day, and cements it as one of the best shooters this year.

#4. Super Smash Bros Ultimate


There probably isn’t any AAA fighting game around that has a character roster as diverse as SSBU does. Heck, no other AAA fighting game has the same kind of longevity & accessibility.

And for good reason too: Super Smash Bros Ultimate is exactly what it says on the tin, the ultimate fighting experience on a Nintendo console.

With well over 50 fighters, each with their own unique styles, impressive-looking graphics that don’t falter even under high strain, frantic action with up to 4 players duking it out, and awesome post-launch DLC with new characters, there’s no denying that SSBU is the king of fighting games for this year, and may continue to be in the future.

#3. Resident Evil 2 Remake


Let’s talk about RE2, which is probably one of the best remakes ever; no exaggeration. It was a game that successfully brought an all-time great game back from the dead (no pun intended) by updating it with modern game mechanics, a more dramatic and complete storytelling aspect, and exhilarating atmosphere.

Yet RE2 still maintains that constant sense of dread, the fear of what lurks in the darkness (amplified by the incredible lighting), and the immense panic seeing Mr. X just walking towards you to mess up your day. It’s familiar enough to bring back feelings of nostalgia but new enough to ensure that you don’t stop when the rose-tinted glasses come off.

#2. Slay the Spire


There is absolutely no way to explain how a deck-building game can be this damn good. Having released on Steam Early Access in 2018, Slay the Spire fully launched in early 2019 and already had a sizable following and an extremely interactive community. And yes, that does mean it counts as a 2019 game.

Slay the Spire is a roguelike, dungeon crawler, deck building RPG that sees the player climb individual floors of a spire in order to defeat the Heart. Along the way, the player will collect cards from every encounter in order to build a deck that will be strong enough to beat the Heart. 

The game is a mish-mash of multiple different genres that somehow comes together and absolutely nails the cocktail. This is thanks to its surprising depth, challenging difficulty, multiple strategies and a large modding community. Slay the Spire – despite being a pretty small game compared to others on this list – can definitely stand tall among them.

Play this game. It’s just that good.

#1. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice


There is not one thing Sekiro sets out to do that it does wrong. It looks absolutely gorgeous, the swordplay is one of the best ever in a video game, the atmosphere is intensely immersive, and the difficulty kicks your ass for being terrible without making you feel frustrated enough to quit.

Sekiro proves that there are still game developers out there who will always have fresh ideas to bring to the table and still make the best games for the people who play them. Up to this point, From Software has yet to make a truly awful game, and it seems like they almost never will.

And we’ve reached the end of our list. Some of these choices were difficult to make, and some were no-brainers. Either way, if you have any games that you think deserve a spot at the top, let us know in the comments below!


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