Game Debate to the Death! Favorite game of 2010? - destructoid

Game Debate to the Death! Favorite game of 2010?

10:00 PM on 12.28.2010

Tom Fronczak

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In the previous debate I started bringing the massive RPG debate tournament qualifiers to a close by asking everyone which Wild Arms game was their favorite out of the entire series. After reading through all of the comments it's clear that there's a lot of different opinion about some of the games, but when it comes down to votes here's how the rankings ended up:

  • Wild Arms (14 votes) -- Winner!
  • Wild Arms 3 (8 votes)
  • Wild Arms 2 (2 votes)
  • Wild Arms 5 (1 vote)
  • Wild Arms XF (1 vote)

This week you'd better be ready for a huge debate because it's time for my annual question: What's your favorite game of 2010? I'm not asking which you think is the best, I want to know your personal favorite of the year. Destructoid has announced its winner and bonus winners, and I know the Destructoid Show had a Twitter poll for reader votes, but I know not all of you have Twitter accounts. So here we go! Let's settle 2010 once and for all. If you don't have a Dtoid account yet, what are you waiting for?!

Cast your vote in the comments (voting for more than one game gets you disqualified) and check back next week for the results! Bonus Question: What was your least favorite game of 2010?




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