Video Game Top 10 – Crackdown 2 Takes Top Spot

Posted on Jul 19 2010 - 3:47pm by Matt Jackson

1 – Crackdown 2

Crackdown was one of the stand out games of the XBox 360 when it was first released and the open world sandbox style was well loved by many gamers. Even playing it now, it’s difficult to imagine it was made so many years ago so it’s perhaps unsurprising that developers stuck quite rigidly to the first game when creating the 2nd. However, the formula has once again paid off giving the new and improved Crackdown 2 top spot in this week’s gaming charts.

2 – Dance on Broadway

Dance on Broadway is a spin off to Just Dance and features show tunes from Broadway musicals and allows gamers to throw their moves to these hits. Smaller and less featured packed than the original but has obviously proven popular with fans of the new series.

3 – Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4

Lego games have proven surprisingly popualr with all age ranges and in just about every genre. This combination of Harry Potter wizardry and Lego game mechanics has ensured that the Lego version is easily sueprior to any official Harry Potter titles released on games consoles in recent years.

4 – Red Dead Redemption

Last week’s number 1 has seen something of a drop off in chart positions but that doesn’t take anything away from the game itself. The game is absolutely huge and is massively immersive, as are most Rockstar produced games. The multiplayer has also proven an extremely popular addition to the title and gives gamers a lotof replay time to boot.

5 – Toy Story 3

Game/film tie ins rarely get things quite right but new entry Toy Story 3 seems to have got things a lot closer to right than many of its genre counterparts. It doesn’t do anything particularly unique and innovative but what it does do, it does very well.

6 – 2010 FIFA World Cup

7 – Super Mario Galaxy 2

8 – Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011

9 – Call of Duty : Modern Warfare 2

10 – Just Dance

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