Ars Technica’s best games of 2019

Wait—this image seems to be missing the Kojima baby proton packs, no?

Enlarge / Wait—this image seems to be missing the Kojima baby proton packs, no? (credit: Simogo / Nintendo / Remedy / House House )

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Today's gamer is faced with an embarrassment of riches when it comes to choices. Every day there are literally dozens of new titles being released across consoles, PCs, mobile phones, VR platforms, and more. Usually that includes at least a couple of games that would be worth your time, if only you had the time to sort through them all.

We can't say we've played through all the thousands of titles big and small that have come out this year. Of the ones we have played, though, these are the ones that we'd feel comfortable recommending to anyone.

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