Game of the Month: September 2009

Posted By | On 03rd, Oct. 2009 Under Feature | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


Last time we did our first Game of the Month Feature, this time we are back to do our second feature and this time we look back at some of the games in September. September 2009 was really a big month since it had some of the biggest franchises from Bungie, EA and Polyphony Digital. There were a lot of  great games and we had a tough task picking up the runner ups and the winner. So folks check it out.

Runner Up Number 3:

The Beatles: Rock Band

Following in the footsteps of Rock Band 1 and Rock Band 2, The Beatles featured an impressive representation of visual and aural elements of the game. Also for the first time in the Rock Band franchise, three sequence harmonies were introduced. But the reason why it fails to be among the top in this list is its length. The game can be completed in a few hours. Any case The Beatles is a worthy addition to your collection.

Runner Up Number 2:

Dirt 2

Dirt 2 is prettier than original, has more varied tracks and a great multiplayer component. It has everything you need in a rally title, its a solid racing game with some really fun events and jaw dropping presentation. All in all Dirt 2 offers a great deal of value for its money and it easily ranks among all the top notch racing title arriving this year. A must buy for all racing fanatics.

Runner Up Number 1:

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2

Ryu Hayabusa is back for another PS3 installment. As with the original Sigma in 2008, the PS3 version came loaded with enhanced graphics but less violence as compared to the 360 version. Featuring new plyable characters in Ayane, Momiji and Rachel, Sigma 2 is a blast for the fans and must be picked by every fan of the series provided you have a Playstation 3.

Winner:

Halo 3: ODST

Of all the things Bungie did right in ODST, the most important is the characters. Sure the Master Chief is a great guy, but players who appreciate the story will come to care about the squad and its struggles. This emotional connection makes the story as strong as it is and makes it the best story they have told. ODST is the pinnacle of story telling in a Halo game. All in all ODST is a game that no Halo fan should miss.

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