Not only is 2019 ending, but also the entire decade of the 2010s. So, it is time to look back at 10 years worth of gaming year by year and decide on a Top 10 list for each of them. This helps greatly when we eventually decide on our Top 100 Games of the 2010s.
A vote was held and a Top 15 for 2011 was chosen. Now, podcast hosts Sean Garmer and Marc Morrison are joined by Jens Dietrich and Randy Isbelle to make the final decisions.
Where do games such as Portal 2, Batman: Arkham City, Gears of War 3, and Minecraft land on the list? Could there be any surprise inclusions? Or even exclusions. You’ll need to tune in and find out.
2011 Games of the Decade: Gears of War 3, Minecraft, Batman Arkham City
About Video Games 2 the MAX
A podcast where Sean Garmer and Marc Morrison get together to talk about everything involving Video Games. Every week, they discuss what they are playing or reviewing, the gaming news of the week, upcoming games, and more.
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Sean Garmer has a long history with Video Games, since childhood. But truly, things got serious when he discovered Pokemon on the Gameboy and thus his Japanese RPG fandom was born. Sean has channeled that love of games into reviewing them. Not only that, but he also analyzes the games industry on the Video Games 2 the MAX podcast, and writes about it on various sites. Sean pretty much plays any kind of game nowadays, but he still prefers his first love, the JRPG.
Marc Morrison brings years of experience writing about games and of course playing them. He currently writes a Top 8 column every week at 411mania and also reviews games as well. Marc plays different kinds of games and he takes analyzing games to heart. Marc also brings a practical look at the Entertainment realm and is happy to spend time talking Doctor Who or another TV show.
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