Morgan Webb is the glamorous host of X-Play who enjoys pwning noobs when she's not busy dissecting games onscreen. She also has a very healthy obsession with Starcraft, Warcraft, and anything with Craft in the title. Except arts and crafts. She hates those.
An epic space adventure where you get to captain your own ship and save the galaxy. The beauty of the game is that I actually cared whether the characters lived or died. Except Miranda. She was a bitch.
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A downloadable adventure in two parts, its surreal story line and random characters will keep you questing and laughing all night.
All the sneaking, stabbing, and parkour you love with the guild leveling you crave, there is so much to do you'll forget about the main quest entirely.
The single player campaign is the standard by which all other RTS's should be judged, and the multiplayer is strong enough to last another 10 years. It is RTS perfection and well worth the learning curve.
Playing the single player campaign alone is fun, but playing the campaign with a friend was some of the best co-op fun I had all year.
OK I'm totally cheating, but Crackdown 2 was good co-op fun as well. Definitely worth at least a rental.
Check back as the entire staff reveals their Top Five Games of 2010. What were yours?