Top 10 iOS Games of 2018 So Far


10.
Dragon’s Crown Pro
Set in a medieval fantasy of swords and sorcery,
lead for players traveling through dangerous
dungeons in search for gold and adventure.
Developed by Vanillaware, this 2D role-playing
game boasts a strategic action experience.
Choose between the game’s six heroic character
types and decide whether you want to go in
alone, or with a friend.
It was praised by critics for its great RPG
mechanics and a challenging dungeon-crawling
experience.
Pro contains remastered visuals with added
content and so much more.
It has a PlayScore of 8.67
9.
Yakuza 6: Song Of Life
The seventh main entry of the acclaimed Yakuza
series.
This action-adventure story takes you once
again to a fictional open-world Japan alongside
their signature arcade goodness and over the
top combat.
Kazuma returns as the series’ main protagonist
and the story gets more intense than ever.
Witness the drama inside Japan’s criminal
underworld with flashy visuals, snazzy gameplay
and a rewarding exploration element while
you roam around the land of the Rising Sun.
It has a PlayScore of 8.70
8.
DJMax Respect
Neowiz’s iconic rhythm game is still alive,
folks.
PlayStation 4’s very own DJMax game is a
reboot of some sorts, and it serves as the
latest installment in the DJMax series.
The biggest thing this game offers is its
wide variety of features.
It contains all the songs from known classics
like Portable, Portable 2, Black Square, and
so much more.
Even better, most of
the classic background animations are polished
to accomodate the 1080p resolution at 60 frames
per second.
Respect features 6 modes to choose from: Arcade,
Freestyle, Mission, Online, Ranking and Collection.
What you pick is up to you.
It has a PlayScore of 8.71
7.
Dark Souls Remastered
FromSoftware’s latest remake of the genre-defining
Souls series is also coming to the PS4.
Git gud as usual.
This totally improved version of the original
Dark Souls game is better, but still brutal
as hell.
Face off with demonic creatures in a broken
world and try not to throw your controller
out of frustration.
This remastered contains all content including
DLC and a few surprises.
It receives a PlayScore of 8.87
6.
Celeste
Beautiful as it may be, it’s not an easy
game.
A mix of metroidvania and platformer, with
a dose of Super Meat Boy, Celeste will rock
your patience and your fingers.
Follow Madeline in her quest to reach the
top of Celeste Mountain.
Game starts off slow with little abilities
but gets consistently difficult along the
way.
Jump, slide, and glide from various obstacles
with grace, but mind the gaps and the spikes.
It receives a PlayScore of 8.87
5.
Moss
Polyarc Inc’s action adventure slash puzzle
game uses the PlayStation VR to create an
immersive experience into its dynamic world.
Control a brave young mouse named Quill as
she explores a magical forest.
In this epic journey, guide her as she solves
challenging puzzles and battling enemies using
the PlayStation VR.
Travel to fantastic places and physically
interact with its interactive and tactile
world.
It’s not just a regular VR game, it features
a heartfelt story and offers rich tales about
myth and magic.
It has sa PlayScore of 8.91
4.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
If there’s one fighting game that separates
the casuals from the hardcore, it has to be
this one.
Arc System Works’ cel-shaded fighter oozes
with style.
Dominate your enemies with your snazzy button
mashing skills as you increase your power
level to its maximum.
Choose from a selected cast of characters
from the iconic Dragon Ball franchise.
Witness a well-crafted visual and mechanical
experience created with Arc System’s magic.
Go on a 3 versus 3 tag battle and unleash
your combos in its spectacular fights.
It has a PlayScore of 8.95
3.
Monster Hunter World
Embark on a brave new world in this latest
Monster Hunter experience from CAPCOM.
For the first time in the series, it completely
improves the multiplayer co-op feature with
better mechanics and convenient interactions.
But the biggest thing in World is its huge
variety of new things including new monsters,
new worlds and a better combat system.
Choose from an arsenal of unique weapons depending
on your playstyle.
And just like in classic MH, Players can also
craft their own armor and weapons with the
monsters parts they collected.
Also it’s coming out to the PC this August
9.
Whoo.
It receives a PlayScore of 9.16
2.
Shadow Of The Colossus
The PlayStation 2 was home for great gems
and Team Ico’s masterpiece was one of them.
A remaster of the 2005 classic, enter a gorgeous
open world teeming with mysterious Colossi.
Save your beloved from a sickness by taking
down these gigantic beasts.
In this remastered version, everything is
brimming with lush visuals, smoother frames
and new secrets.
Find each of the Colossi’s weakness and
topple them down.
Ride your trusty steed, and engage in epic
battles in High Definition.
It has a PlayScore of 9.19
Here are the Runners-Up before we reveal the
number one:
11.
Detroit: Become Human.
The latest game from Quantic Dream.
The team behind Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two
Souls gives you a transhumanistic story set
in a bleak and beautiful cyberpunk society.
Control three separate characters and make
meaningful choices.
It has a PlayScore of 8.67
12.
Burnout Paradise: Remastered.
Paradise City awaits in this ultimate driving
playground from Criterion Games.
Rule the streets with high-octane stunts and
wanton destruction because this remaster includes
all the DLC’s and geared for 4K Perfection.
It has a PlayScore of 8.63
13.
Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.
Dive into a familiar yet vastly improved Ni
No Kuni chapter, and witness King Evan’s life-changing
journey of self and redemption.
Meet new people around their beautifully crafted
kingdoms, and head to battle with engaging
combat system.
It has a PlayScore of 8.63
14.
Injustice 2: Legendary Edition.
The ultimate version of NetherRealms’ sleek
and gritty superhero fighting game.
It contains all the DLC’s with a bit of
fresh content.
Meet your favorite characters from the DC
Universe with some third-party guests and
watch them fight in epic 3D visuals.
It has a PlayScore of 8.49
15.
LUMINES REMASTERED.
A critically acclaimed classic puzzle game
from the legendary Tetsuya Mizuguchi.
Feel the sound, and the pulsating visuals
in high definition.
Groove to its electric jams and feel the beat
in every passing millisecond.
It receives a PlayScore of 8.46
1.
And the best PlayStation 4 Game this 2018
so far is God Of War
Being able to witness the birth of a whole
new Kratos in this latest installment from
Santa Monica Games is a worthwhile experience.
Seeing the angry Demigod who murdered the
entire Greek Pantheon now turns his focus
to his new son, Atreus.
Considered as a soft reboot of some sort,
follow Kratos and his son as they venture
into the mystic Nordic lands filled with Trolls
and Draugrs.
For the first time in the series, we get to
have a fleshed out story about Kratos’ emotional
side, and a gripping new over the shoulder
combat in contrast to the third-person hack
and slash gameplay from previous games.
Take control of the legendary Leviathan Axe
and bash foes with indomitable icy strength.
Use Atreus and his magical bows to strike
enemies from the distance.
It’s definitely the best God of War game
ever created, and it certainly deserves the
top spot on this list with a PlayScore of
9.54

31 Replies to “Top 10 iOS Games of 2018 So Far”

  1. Awesome review, will try those games. I found another very cool game, it deserves to be known,
    Tadpole Swimmer, check it out!

  2. Hey 😊Nice video. Please check out the game i made in highschool its called Dodge 60 seconds on google playstore.

  3. Love the intro, ive been watching for a while now and its a welcome change.
    Edit: not a new change but i just noticed it

  4. Shoulda renamed this TOP 20 (usually runner up's consist of 2 or 3 that didnt make the list)
    "Im just saiyan"

  5. Is there any Pokémon games for iPhone I mean the core ones? Example fire red

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