Top Games Of 2011

Top Games Of 2011


Looking for games to play this spring and summer? Well, the following are a few of the top games being released in 2011.

  1. THORINUS:verted reality

A derivative of Atari’s original sensation, Thorium isTrialseries’ insertion into the armory-based shooter genre. However, instead of the Didact’s toe-to-toeorians, these troops spawn from portals and can switch any environment on the planet they’re on.  Within 24 hours, the threats inside the Pandora system will increase ten-fold. Players will need to survive the storm and trigger nuclear detonations to combat the growing darkness.

  1. GUIDO (aka Green Hill)

Konami revealed Guido as a secret project which they had been working on since 1998. It was revealed in 2001, although the game was never commercially published because Konami wanted to focus on the next-gen projects. Konami shipped Guido to flea markets and they published it. The company also licensed the rights to Rumble Studios, which produced popular racing games, and licensed well-known acts such as rock stars Green Day andirement membership.

  1. NASCAR THE GAME:        visit NASCAR tracks and characters in the NASCAR Nations series. The player acts as a driver with the option of solo racing or sharing the thrill with fellow enthusiasts. This is also the first racer to allow the player to move up several categories of experiences like engineering, performance, manufacturing,air passenger pilot, etc.
  2. SOCOM 4: tactical assault

Nintendo first revealed this game in 2000 and it has been in the works since. It allows the player to control military operations by using strategic military planning to work out challenges. SOCOM 4 allows military-themed shoot-outs, complete with jets, helicopters and tanks.  This game also includes support for previously released SOCOM weapons.


Developed by recent Dreamcast developers, quintessential platformer puzzle adventure mix.  Zeeptopia’s all-new physics allow players to industrialize their environment.  Players can climb, swim, and glide through various levels, complete challenges, and rescue airship crews.  Zeeptopia offers high-quality graphics and a smoother gameplay experience than any other platformer, ever.

  1. Invizimals:unlock

This WiiWare game is worth getting if you like the TV series of Invizimals.  Invizimals:unlock is more action-oriented than the series’ more mentally challenging episodes.  The game’s puzzles are also more circuit-like, with hidden prizes to be found.  It is more action-oriented that Invizimals: past series, which featured a mental challenge.

  1. Little Shop of Treasures 2


Gale Price is the creator of the original Little Shop of Treasures and Little Shop of finer shops.  This sequel allows players to double the game’s playing time.  You can find the saved games of the original, and then play with enhancements that are more up to date.  Price designed the game to be downloaded, enabling users to be able to start the game right away.

  1. Dragon Age: Origins

A newly revamped Ignition studio is all set to release Dragon Age: Origins.  Bioware’s Reasons to Play series leads player through a story of family history featured with entertaining animations.  The game is also geared to be the first installment in the franchises’ continuing history.

  1. Dead Space 2

A sequel to the smash hit Dead Space, this sequel is anticipated to offer greater evils and battles.  This game is for harder difficulty settings.  Cyclops, Vamps, and Necromorphs will be added to the game, boosting its intensity.


  1. Final Fantasy XIII

A follow-up to the 2009 game, Final Fantasy XIII continues the storyline of the story wherein Ideker is presumably human, despite his mutation, and the whereabouts of his brother, which the gamer has to discover.  Square Enix is keeping the game a secret, and its release date is uncertain.

These are my top 10 PlayStation 3 console & its video games for 2011.  PlayStation 3 console games are expensive, and I’m sure we will see some of the games listed above for cheap after Christmas.

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