List of cult video games

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This is a list of games that have been described as "cult video games" or as having a cult following.

List[edit]

There are 290 games on this list.[a]

Year Title Genre(s) Developer(s) Publisher(s) Original platform(s) Ref.
1980 Wizard of Wor Maze Dave Nutting Associates Midway Mfg. co Arcade [1]
1986 Kid Icarus Action Nintendo R&D1, Tose Nintendo NES [2]
Takeshi no Chōsenjō Action-adventure Taito Taito Famicom [3]
1987 La Abadía del Crimen Adventure Opera Soft MCM Software, Opera Soft DOS, MSX [4]
Otocky Music SEDIC ASCII Corporation Famicom Disk System [5]
Wonder Momo Beat 'em up Namco Namco Arcade [6]
1988 The Battle of Olympus Action-adventure Infinity Brøderbund NES [7]
Bionic Commando Action Capcom Capcom NES [8]
Snatcher Adventure Konami Konami PC-8800 series [9]
1989 Clash at Demonhead Action-adventure Vic Tokai Vic Tokai NES [10]
Herzog Zwei Real-time strategy Technosoft Sega Sega Genesis [11]
Mother Role-playing game Ape Nintendo Famicom [12]
River City Ransom Beat 'em up Technōs Japan American Technos NES [13]
Strider Platform Capcom Capcom Arcade [14]
Sweet Home Role-playing game Capcom Capcom Famicom [15]
U.N. Squadron Shoot 'em up Capcom Capcom Arcade [16]
1990 ActRaiser Platform, Simulation Quintet Enix SNES [16]
Burai Fighter Shoot 'em up KID Taxan Game Boy, NES [17]
Crystalis Action RPG SNK SNK NES [18]
Devil's Crush Pinball Compile, Naxat Soft NEC TurboGrafx-16 [19]
Michael Jackson's Moonwalker Action Sega Sega Sega Genesis [20]
Ninja Golf Action, Sports BlueSky Software Atari Corporation Atari 7800 [21]
Shadow of the Ninja Platform Natsume Natsume NES [22]
StarTropics Action-adventure Locomotive, Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo NES [23]
Trio The Punch – Never Forget Me... Beat 'em up Data East Data East Arcade [24]
Zombie Nation Shoot 'em up KAZe Meldac NES [25]
1991 Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball Sports Hewson Consultants Hudson Soft SNES [26]
Metal Slader Glory Adventure HAL Laboratory HAL Laboratory Famicom [27]
Metal Storm Action Tamtex Irem NES [28]
ToeJam & Earl Action JVP Sega Sega Genesis [29]
Tumblepop Platform Data East Leprechaun Inc. Arcade [30]
1992 Cho Aniki Shoot 'em up Masaya NCS Corporation PC Engine Super CD-ROM² [26]
E.V.O.: Search for Eden Action RPG Almanic Enix SNES [16]
KGB Adventure Cryo Interactive Virgin Games Amiga, DOS [31]
Landstalker Action-adventure Climax Entertainment Sega Sega Genesis [19]
Night Trap Interactive film Digital Pictures Sega Sega CD [32][33][34]
Panic Restaurant Platform EIM Taito NES [35]
1993
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen Tactical RPG Quest Enix SNES [16]
Panic! Point and click, Puzzle Sega Data East Sega CD [36]
Plok Platform Software Creations Tradewest SNES [37]
Rock n' Roll Racing Racing Silicon & Synapse Interplay Productions SNES [16]
Shadowrun Action RPG Beam Software Data East SNES [38]
World Rally Racing Zigurat Software Atari Games Arcade [39]
Zombies Ate My Neighbors Run and gun LucasArts Konami SNES [40]
1994 Beneath a Steel Sky Adventure Revolution Software Virgin Interactive Entertainment Amiga, Amiga CD32, DOS [41]
Demon's Crest Action-adventure Capcom Capcom SNES [16]
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom Beat 'em up, Role-playing game Capcom Capcom Arcade [42]
EarthBound Role-playing game Ape, HAL Laboratory Nintendo SNES [12][43][44]
Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong Nou Adventure OutSide Directors Company Sony Imagesoft Mac OS, Windows [45]
J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I Role-playing game Interplay Productions Interplay Productions SNES [16]
Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit! Platform Imagineering Absolute Entertainment SNES [26]
Policenauts Visual novel Konami Konami PC-9800 series [46]
Samurai Shodown II Fighting SNK SNK Arcade [19]
Shaq Fu Fighting Delphine Software International Electronic Arts Sega Genesis, SNES [26]
Skyblazer Platform Ukiyotei Sony Imagesoft SNES [16]
Uniracers Racing DMA Design, Nintendo Nintendo SNES [47]
Wild Guns Shooting gallery Natsume Natsume SNES [48]
1995 Brain Dead 13 Interactive film ReadySoft Readysoft DOS [49]
Cho Ren Sha 68K Shoot 'em up Famibe No Yosshin Famibe No Yosshin X68000 [50]
Cosmology of Kyoto Adventure SOFTEDGE Yano Electric DOS, Mac OS, Windows [51]
D Interactive film Warp Panasonic 3DO Interactive Multiplayer [52][53][54]
Game Tengoku Shoot 'em up Jaleco Jaleco Arcade [55]
Hong Kong 97 Shoot 'em up HappySoft HappySoft Super Famicom [56][57]
I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream Adventure Cyberdreams The Dreamers Guild DOS, Mac OS [58]
Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals Role-playing game Neverland Natsume SNES [16]
Metal Warriors Action LucasArts Konami SNES [59]
Penn & Teller's Smoke and Mirrors Party Imagineering Absolute Entertainment Sega CD [3][60]
Secret of Evermore Action RPG SquareSoft SquareSoft SNES [61]
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together Tactical RPG Quest Quest Super Famicom [62]
1996 Bad Mojo Adventure Pulse Entertainment Acclaim Entertainment Mac OS, Windows [63]
Dragon Force Real-time strategy J-Force, Sega Sega Sega Saturn [19]
Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara Beat 'em up, Role-playing game Capcom Capcom Arcade [42]
Guardian Heroes Action RPG, Beat 'em up, Hack and slash Treasure Sega Sega Saturn [64]
Harvester Adventure DigiFX Interactive Merit Studios DOS [65]
Mr. Bones Platform, Rhythm Zono Sega Sega Saturn [66]
The Neverhood Adventure The Neverhood, Inc. DreamWorks Interactive Windows [67]
Rocket Jockey Action, Sports Rocket Science Games SegaSoft Windows [68]
Toonstruck Adventure Burst Studios Virgin Interactive Entertainment DOS [69]
1997 Doom 64 First-person shooter Midway Games Midway Games Nintendo 64 [70]
Game Dev Story Simulation Kairosoft Kairosoft Windows [71]
I.Q.: Intelligent Qube Puzzle G-Artists Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation [72]
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee Platform Oddworld Inhabitants GT Interactive Software PlayStation [19]
Princess Crown Action RPG Atlus Sega Sega Saturn [73][74]
Shadow Warrior First-person shooter 3D Realms GT Interactive Software DOS [75]
Tomba! Action-adventure WhooPee Camp Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation [76]
1998 Baroque Roguelike Sting Entertainment Sting Entertainment Sega Saturn [77]
Body Harvest Action-adventure DMA Design Midway Games Nintendo 64 [78]
Grim Fandango Adventure LucasArts LucasArts Windows [79]
Guilty Gear Fighting Arc System Works Atlus PlayStation [80]
LSD: Dream Emulator Exploration Asmik Ace Entertainment Asmik Ace Entertainment PlayStation [45][81]
Panzer Dragoon Saga Role-playing game Team Andromeda Sega Sega Saturn [19]
SaGa Frontier Role-playing game SquareSoft SquareSoft PlayStation [82]
South Park First-person shooter Iguana Entertainment Acclaim Entertainment Nintendo 64 [26]
Xenogears Role-playing game SquareSoft SquareSoft PlayStation [83]
1999
Kyojin no Doshin 1 God game Marigul, Param Nintendo 64DD [84]
The Legend of Dragoon Role-playing game SCE Japan Studio Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation [85]
The Longest Journey Adventure Funcom Tri Synergy Windows [86]
The Misadventures of Tron Bonne Action-adventure Capcom Capcom PlayStation [87]
Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber Tactical RPG Quest Atlus Nintendo 64 [78]
Pepsiman Action KID KID PlayStation [88]
Planescape: Torment Role-playing game Black Isle Studios Interplay Entertainment Windows [89]
Pokémon Snap Rail shooter, Simulation HAL Laboratory, Pax Softnica Nintendo Nintendo 64 [90][91]
Seaman Simulation Vivarium Inc. Sega Dreamcast [92]
Shenmue Action-adventure Sega AM2 Sega Dreamcast [93]
Snowboard Kids 2 Racing Racdym Atlus Nintendo 64 [94]
Space Channel 5 Music United Game Artists Sega Dreamcast [95]
System Shock 2 Action RPG Irrational Games, Looking Glass Studios Electronic Arts Windows [96]
Thrasher Presents Skate and Destroy Sports Z-Axis Rockstar Games PlayStation [97]
The Typing of the Dead Educational, Rail shooter Smilebit, Wow Entertainment Sega Arcade [98]
Vib-Ribbon Rhythm NanaOn-Sha Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation [99]
2000 The Adventures of Cookie & Cream Action-adventure FromSoftware Agetec PlayStation 2 [100]
American McGee's Alice Action-adventure Rogue Entertainment EA Games Windows [43]
Dark Cloud Action RPG Level-5 Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 2 [44][101]
Deus Ex Action RPG Ion Storm Eidos Interactive Windows [102]
Fantavision Puzzle Sony Computer Entertainment Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation [103]
Giants: Citizen Kabuto Third-person shooter Planet Moon Studios Interplay Entertainment Windows [104]
Sin and Punishment Rail shooter, Shooting gallery Nintendo R&D1, Treasure Nintendo Nintendo 64 [105]
Skies of Arcadia Role-playing game Overworks Sega Dreamcast [106]
Sky Odyssey Simulation Cross Activision PlayStation 2 [107]
Team Buddies Action Psygnosis Camden Studio Midway Games PlayStation [108]
Vagrant Story Action RPG SquareSoft SquareSoft PlayStation [109][110]
Valkyrie Profile Role-playing game tri-Ace Enix PlayStation [19]
WWF No Mercy Fighting, Sports AKI Corporation, Asmik Ace Entertainment THQ Nintendo 64 [111]
2001 AirBlade Sports Criterion Games Namco PlayStation 2 [100]
Conker's Bad Fur Day Platform Rare Rare Nintendo 64 [43]
Fatal Frame Survival horror Tecmo Tecmo PlayStation 2 [112]
Fuzion Frenzy Party Blitz Games Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
Gitaroo Man Music iNiS Koei PlayStation 2 [103][113]
Ico Action-adventure SCE Japan Studio, Team Ico Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 2 [19][114]
Illbleed Survival horror Crazy Games AIA Dreamcast [115]
Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil Platform Namco Namco PlayStation 2 [116]
Maximo: Ghosts to Glory Action-adventure Capcom Digital Studios Capcom PlayStation 2 [116]
Mister Mosquito Simulation Zoom Fresh Games PlayStation 2 [100]
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee Platform Oddworld Inhabitants Infogrames Xbox [112]
Oni Action Bungie West Gathering of Developers Windows [107]
Project Eden Action-adventure Core Design Eidos Interactive PlayStation 2 [107]
Shadow Hearts Role-playing game Sacnoth Midway Games PlayStation 2 [103]
Shenmue II Action-adventure Sega AM2 Sega Dreamcast [44][112]
Stretch Panic Platform Treasure Conspiracy Entertainment PlayStation 2 [116]
Zone of the Enders Hack and slash KCEJ Konami PlayStation 2 [100]
ZuPaPa! Platform Face SNK Arcade [117]
2002 Arx Fatalis Action RPG Arkane Studios, Floodgate Entertainment JoWooD Productions Windows [112]
BloodRayne Hack and Slash Terminal Reality Majesco Entertainment GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox [26]
Bloody Roar: Primal Fury Fighting Eighting Activision GameCube [106]
Bombastic Puzzle Shift Capcom PlayStation 2 [103]
Bomberman Generation Action-adventure Game Arts Majesco Entertainment GameCube [106]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Action-adventure The Collective Electronic Arts Xbox [112]
Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller Action, Racing Hitmaker Sega Xbox [112]
Crimson Sea Hack and slash Koei Koei Xbox [112]
Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest Action-adventure Intelligent Systems, Saru Brunei Atlus GameCube [84]
Deathrow Sports Southend Interactive Ubi Soft Xbox [112]
Disaster Report Action-adventure Irem Agetec PlayStation 2 [107]
Enclave Action RPG Starbreeze Studios Conspiracy Entertainment Xbox [112]
Eternal Darkness Survival horror Silicon Knights Nintendo GameCube [44][118]
Gunvalkyrie Third-person shooter Smilebit Sega Xbox [112]
Herdy Gerdy Action-adventure Core Design Eidos Interactive PlayStation 2 [116]
Ikaruga Shoot 'em up Treasure Treasure Arcade [118]
Jet Set Radio Future Action Smilebit Sega Xbox [112]
Lost Kingdoms Role-playing game FromSoftware Activision GameCube [106]
The Mark of Kri Action-adventure SCE San Diego Studio Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 2 [116]
MechAssault Action, Shooter Day 1 Studios Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
Otogi: Myth of Demons Hack and slash FromSoftware Sega Xbox [112]
Quantum Redshift Racing Curly Monsters Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
RedCard 20-03 Sports Point of View Midway Games PlayStation 2 [112]
Shantae Platform WayForward Capcom Game Boy Color [119]
Shox Racing EA UK EA Sports BIG PlayStation 2 [103]
Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus Stealth Sucker Punch Productions Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 2 [107]
Star Fox Adventures Action-adventure Rare Nintendo GameCube [106]
Steel Battalion Simulation Capcom, Nude Maker Capcom Xbox [112]
ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth Action ToeJam & Earl Productions, Visual Concepts Sega Xbox [112]
Way of the Samurai Action-adventure Acquire BAM! Entertainment PlayStation 2 [107]
2003 1080° Avalanche Sports Nintendo Software Technology Nintendo GameCube [118]
Amplitude Music Harmonix Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 2 [101]
Apex Racing Milestone srl Atari Xbox [112]
Armed and Dangerous Shooter Planet Moon Studios LucasArts Windows, Xbox [112]
Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean Role-playing game Monolith Soft, tri-Crescendo Namco GameCube [120]
Battle Engine Aquila Shooter, Simulation Lost Toys Infogrames PlayStation 2, Xbox [112]
Beyond Good & Evil Action-adventure Ubisoft Montpellier Ubisoft PlayStation 2 [44]
Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg Platform Sonic Team Sega GameCube [84]
Chaos Legion Hack and slash Capcom Capcom PlayStation 2 [100]
Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge Action FASA Studio Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
Dog's Life Action-adventure Frontier Developments Hip Games PlayStation 2 [101]
F-Zero GX Racing Amusement Vision Nintendo GameCube [118]
Freedom Fighters Third-person shooter IO Interactive EA Games GameCube, PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox [112]
Giftpia Adventure skip Ltd. Nintendo GameCube [118]
Grabbed by the Ghoulies Action-adventure Rare Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
Gregory Horror Show Survival horror Capcom Capcom PlayStation 2 [103]
Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb Action-adventure The Collective LucasArts Xbox [112]
Kung Fu Chaos Fighting Just Add Monsters Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
Links 2004 Sports Indie Games Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
Lost Kingdoms II Action RPG FromSoftware Activision GameCube [106]
Metal Arms: Glitch in the System Action-adventure Swingin' Ape Studios Sierra Entertainment, Vivendi Universal Games GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox [112]
Midtown Madness 3 Racing Digital Illusions CE Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
OutRun 2 Racing Sega AM2 Sega Arcade [112]
Panzer Dragoon Orta Rail shooter Smilebit Sega Xbox [112]
P.N.03 Third-person shooter Capcom Capcom GameCube [106]
Resident Evil: Dead Aim Light gun shooter Cavia Capcom PlayStation 2 [100]
Ribbit King Sports Infinity, Jamsworks Bandai GameCube [118]
RTX Red Rock Action-adventure LucasArts LucasArts PlayStation 2 [100]
Secret Weapons Over Normandy Simulation Totally Games LucasArts PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox [112]
Siren Survival horror SCE Japan Studio Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 2 [116]
Voodoo Vince Platform Beep Industries Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
War of the Monsters Fighting Incognito Entertainment Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 2 [107]
XIII First-person shooter Southend Interactive, Ubi Soft Paris Ubi Soft Windows [112]
Yager Simulation Yager Development Kemco Xbox [112]
2004 Alien Hominid Run and gun The Behemoth The Behemoth Adobe Flash [121]
Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana Role-playing game Gust Co. Ltd. NIS America PlayStation 2 [101]
Blood Will Tell Action-adventure Red Entertainment, Wow Entertainment Sega PlayStation 2 [103]
Breakdown Action-adventure Namco Namco Xbox [112]
Cave Story Action-adventure Studio Pixel Studio Pixel Windows [122]
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat Platform Nintendo EAD Tokyo Nintendo GameCube [118]
Echo Night: Beyond Survival horror FromSoftware Agetec PlayStation 2 [100]
Firefighter F.D.18 Action KCET Konami PlayStation 2 [100]
Galleon Action-adventure Confounding Factor Atlus Xbox [112]
Gradius V Shoot 'em up G.rev, Treasure Konami PlayStation 2 [101]
Katamari Damacy Action puzzle Namco Namco PlayStation 2 [116]
Kururin Squash! Puzzle Eighting Nintendo GameCube [106]
Kuon Survival horror FromSoftware Agetec PlayStation 2 [107]
Mashed Vehicular combat Supersonic Software Empire Interactive PlayStation 2, Xbox [112]
Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy Third-person shooter Midway Games Midway Games PlayStation 2, Xbox [112]
Second Sight Stealth Free Radical Design Codemasters GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox [112]
Transformers Third-person shooter Atari Melbourne House Atari PlayStation 2 [107]
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines Action RPG Troika Games Activision Windows [26]
Yume Nikki Adventure Kikiyama Kikiyama Windows [123]
2005 Battalion Wars Real-time tactics Kuju Entertainment Nintendo GameCube [84]
Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth Survival horror Headfirst Productions 2K, Bethesda Softworks Xbox [112]
Chibi-Robo! Adventure skip Ltd. Nintendo GameCube [84]
Destroy All Humans! Action-adventure Pandemic Studios THQ PlayStation 2, Xbox [124]
Fahrenheit Action-adventure Quantic Dream Atari, Inc. PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox [112]
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance Tactical RPG Intelligent Systems, Nintendo SPD Nintendo GameCube [125]
Geist Action-adventure n-Space, Nintendo Nintendo GameCube [118]
Haunting Ground Survival horror Capcom Capcom PlayStation 2 [107][116]
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Beat 'em up Radical Entertainment Sierra Entertainment, Vivendi Universal Games GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox [112]
Killer7 Action-adventure Capcom, Grasshopper Manufacture Capcom GameCube, PlayStation 2 [126]
Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes Hack and slash Blueside, Phantagram Microsoft Game Studios Xbox [112]
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath Action-adventure Oddworld Inhabitants EA Games Xbox [12]
Psychonauts Platform Double Fine Productions Majesco Entertainment Windows, Xbox [44][127]
Shadow of Rome Hack and slash Capcom Capcom PlayStation 2 [100]
Sniper Elite Tactical shooter Rebellion Developments Namco PlayStation 2, Xbox [112]
Steambot Chronicles Action RPG Irem Atlus PlayStation 2 [103]
Star Wars: Republic Commando First-person shooter LucasArts LucasArts Xbox [112]
Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse Action Wideload Games Aspyr Xbox [128][129]
2006 Baten Kaitos Origins Role-playing game Monolith Soft, tri-Crescendo Nintendo GameCube [84]
God Hand Beat 'em up Clover Studio Capcom PlayStation 2 [26]
Mother 3 Role-playing game Brownie Brown, HAL Laboratory Nintendo Game Boy Advance [130]
Odama Pinball Vivarium Inc. Nintendo GameCube [106]
Ōkami Action-adventure Clover Studio Capcom PlayStation 2 [12][44]
OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast Racing Sumo Digital Sega PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Xbox [112]
Sneak King Stealth Blitz Games King Games Xbox 360 [26]
2007 Folklore Action RPG Gaia, Game Republic, SCE Japan Studio Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 3 [131]
Heavenly Sword Hack and slash Ninja Theory Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation 3 [132]
No More Heroes Hack and slash Grasshopper Manufacture Ubisoft Wii [43]
Odin Sphere Action RPG Vanillaware Atlus PlayStation 2 [103][133]
2008 Mirror's Edge Platform EA DICE Electronic Arts PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 [43][134][135]
QWOP Sports Bennett Foddy Bennett Foddy Adobe Flash [26]
Valkyria Chronicles Tactical RPG Sega Sega PlayStation 3 [43][44]
The World Ends with You Action RPG Jupiter, Square Enix Square Enix Nintendo DS [136]
2009 Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Action RPG Namco Bandai Games, tri-Crescendo Xseed Games Wii [137]
Infinite Space Role-playing game Nude Maker, PlatinumGames Sega Nintendo DS [71]
Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors Adventure Chunsoft Aksys Games Nintendo DS [138]
The Saboteur Action-adventure Pandemic Studios Electronic Arts BlackBerry [139]
Sin & Punishment: Star Successor Rail shooter Nintendo SPD, Treasure Nintendo Wii [43]
2010 Alan Wake Action-adventure Remedy Entertainment Microsoft Game Studios Xbox 360 [43]
Alpha Protocol Action role-playing game Obsidian Entertainment Sega Xbox 360 [26]
Castlevania: Harmony of Despair Platform Konami Konami Xbox 360 [71]
Deadliest Warrior: The Game Fighting Pipeworks Software 345 Games Xbox 360 [71]
Deadly Premonition Survival horror Access Games Ignition Entertainment Xbox 360 [26][71][76]
Nier Action RPG Cavia Square Enix PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 [71][131]
Protect Me Knight Tower defense Ancient Ancient Xbox 360 [71]
Resonance of Fate Role-playing game tri-Ace Sega PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 [71]
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game Beat 'em up Ubisoft Montreal Ubisoft PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade [140]
Splatterhouse Beat 'em up BottleRocket Entertainment, Namco Bandai Games Namco Bandai Games PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 [71]
Vanquish Third-person shooter PlatinumGames Sega PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 [131]
2011 Bulletstorm First-person shooter Epic Games, People Can Fly Electronic arts PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360 [141]
Catherine Puzzle Atlus Atlus PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 [43][131]
Driver: San Francisco Action-adventure Ubisoft Reflections Ubisoft PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360 [142]
Shadows of the Damned Action Grasshopper Manufacture Electronic Arts PlayStation 3 [131]
2012 Frog Fractions Action Jim Stormdancer Twinbeard Studios Adobe Flash [143]
Hotline Miami Shooter Dennaton Games Devolver Digital Windows [144]
Ib Adventure kouri kouri Windows [145]
Spec Ops: The Line Third-person shooter Yager Development 2K Games PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360 [146]
2013 Gravity Rush Action-adventure Team Gravity Sony Computer Entertainment PlayStation Vita [147]
The Wonderful 101 Hack and slash PlatinumGames Nintendo Wii U [148]
2014 D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die Adventure Access Games Microsoft Studios Xbox One [43]
Goat Simulator Simulation Coffee Stain Studios Coffee Stain Studios Windows [26]
Papers, Please Puzzle Lucas Pope 3909 LLC OS X, Windows [149]
2016 Root Letter Visual novel Kadokawa Games PQube PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita [150]
2017 Butterfly Soup Visual novel Brianna Lei Brianna Lei Linux, macOS, Windows [151]
2018 Remothered: Tormented Fathers Survival horror Stormind Games Darril Arts Windows [152]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This number is always up to date by this script.

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