Named the top 10 best video games of 2022 according to Time

Not without a game about cats.

The American edition of Time traditionally tells readers about the results of the outgoing year, along the way making a rating of the ten best video games.

Time reports.

2021 was marked by numerous release delays and setbacks due to the coronavirus pandemic and quarantine restrictions. However, this year the industry has gradually begun to return to its previous course and gave gamers a lot of interesting projects.

Journalists believe that 2022 will be remembered by developers for apocalyptic thoughts.

“Although the notion of escapism seems somewhat weaker with so many doomsday stories, it seems that the pandemic, *Russian invasion of Ukraine, the constant threat of intolerance and human rights abuses have prompted game developers to emphasize the importance of staying connected and fighting. together, whether it be cooperative modes or storytelling,” the article says.

However, more to the point: this year, according to the publication, the winner was an action-adventure game with elements of hack and slash God of War: Ragnarok (PS4, PS5), released November 9th.

It is a direct sequel to the 2018 game God of War about the adventures of the demigod warrior Kratos and his son Atreus in the world of Norse mythology. According to the story, the boy will try to reveal his divine origin, and his father is tormented by fears that the search for Atreus will lead them to war with Odin.

The full top 10 looks like this:

  • God of War Ragnarok
  • Horizon Forbidden West
  • The Quarry
  • Elder Ring
  • Stray
  • The Last of Us Part I
  • Sifu
  • Resident Evil Village Shadows of Rose
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
  • Turtles Shredder’s Revenge

Cursor reported that American scientists talked about the benefits of video games.

* – until the complete denazification of the Russian Federation, the editors of the Cursor refuse to show respect for the occupiers and murderers and will write some proper names exclusively and fundamentally with a small letter. No war!