GamerSyndrome’s Best of 2009

GamerSyndrome’s Best of 2009

The New Year is almost upon us, so now we look back at the best and worst games of 2009.  It’s safe to say that 2009 was no 1998, but it was a genuinely good year for gaming.  We saw a lot of bad games released this year, but we also saw a lot of great games in the form of sequels, new IPs, and obscure gems.  Whether you’re a shooter fan who likes heading into the fray with guns blazing or a tactician with a passion for RPGs; whether you enjoy the simple things like platform games or you crave the puzzle-solving and exploration of action-adventure titles; whether you play handheld games on the go or you stick to home consoles; or whether you’re a tried and true hardcore gamer with years of experience under your belt or a casual gamer who enjoys the occasional video game, 2009 was a satisfying year to say the least, and it was a good year to be a gamer.

Join GamerSyndrome as we look back at the year in gaming.  We’ll take a look at the highs, the lows, and everything in between.  We’ll tell you which games we gladly played and which games we hope to never see in our consoles again.  We’ll take a look at which games flat out surprised us and which left much to be desired.  We invite you into our little gaming dungeon as we reminisce over what 2009 brought to the table.  Before we begin, though, let’s hear it for 2009, an overall solid year in gaming.


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