Another month, another update to the beloved, ever-changing GamerSushi Power Rankings. If you’ll remember, March had us loving games like Ni No Kuni, FarCry3 and Dead Space 3 above all others. Well, things have changed quite a bit in April. You see, some of the year’s best games and biggest surprises have all come out one after the other, which leaves us quite a few new contenders. And some of those contenders will probably linger for a while to come.
So without further ado, here are GamerSushi’s top 10 most played games for the month of April. Tell us why we’re nuts, and what we’re doing wrong. We’re listening.
|Last updated: 04/11/13|
Beautiful, stunning and memorable, Bioshock Infinite might be one of the greatest games of all time. Go play it.
Bows! Stealth! Platforming! Lara’s back, and she’s scratching the Uncharted itch just right.
This is Mitch’s new Battlefield 3.
|4||–||Final Fantasy 7
Streaming through this game has been illuminating for Eddy and Anthony. And Eddy is terrible at marching in the Junon parade.
|5||-4||Ni No Kuni
This is the game that keeps on giving. We’re still catching monsters and enjoying its totally lovable, adorable art style.
|6||–||Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
This is Eddy’s Battlefield 3.
Mitch just needs Battlefield 4 to come out, guys.
|8||–||Spec-Ops: The Line
Any game that inspires the kind of discussions we’ve had about this one should be ranked. But after Bioshock Infinite’s narrative, this one feels lacking.
|9||–||Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm
Nick is getting back into his 2 v 2 groove. Hopefully he’s not shouting at his teammates like he did CERTAIN MEMBERS of the GS staff.
|10||-8||Far Cry 3
The Blood Dragon DLC is coming out soon? Its 80s themed and has Micheal Biehn in it? Sign us up.