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Ars Technica’s best games of 2018


Ars Technica’s best games of 2018

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Running through this year’s list of video games that made the most impact on the Ars staff, I’m struck by the sheer variety. Sure, there’s the usual selection of open world adventures and slick action games. But there are also a handful of fresh takes on the puzzle game genre, a few promising virtual reality games, a relatively wide variety of 2D platformers, racing games that run the gamut from realistic to campy, a couple of fighting games, and even a rhythm game! (Editor’s note: We promise you haven’t time-traveled back to 2008.)

So no matter what kind of video game you like, 2018 had some excellent titles to check out. Without further ado, our favorite games of 2018 are…

20. Forza Horizon 4

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Playground Games; Xbox One, Windows

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