The Best Videogames of 2017

  • Publish Date: January 2, 2018
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the best game of 2017

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
2017 The Legend of Zelda:
Breath of the Wild

(Switch)
97
2016 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
(PS4)
93
2015 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
(Xbox One)
95
2014 Super Smash Bros. for Wii U(Wii U) 92
2013 Grand Theft Auto V
(PS3/360)
97
Metacritic's Game of the Year
(Highest-scoring new title, min. 7 reviews)

Here's a switch—or make that a pair of Switch releases. After complaining for the past few years about a dearth of high-scoring game releases, 2017 saw two different games score 97, which represents the highest year-end Metascore for any game since 2013. Both titles were for Nintendo's brand-new Switch console, with the latest Zelda release, Breath of the Wild, barely edging out Super Mario Odyssey (by less than 0.3) to take the title of Metacritic's Game of the Year for 2017.

In all, 10 different titles (accounting for 11 total products, thanks to one multi-platform release) scored 90 or higher in 2017. That's up from just six such titles in 2016. One of those great 2017 newcomers was even brand-new IP, and from an indie developer at that: Giant Sparrow's adventure game What Remains of Edith Finch, which scored 92 in its Xbox One edition.

A bit further down the page, we'll reveal this year's best-reviewed games for each console (plus sections on PC and handheld games). Before that, here's a quick look at how each of the gaming platforms compared during the past year.

Console/PC Comparison - 2017
Console # of Scored
Games*
Score
Distribution
Average Metascore Great Games**
(90 or higher)
Good Exclusives**
(75 or higher)
PS3 PlayStation 4 456 172,264,20 70.1 2 20
Xbox 360 Xbox One 301 131,157,13 71.2 1 1
Switch Nintendo Switch 220 97,111,12 71.2 4 13
PC PC 407 205,192,10 73.0 3 40
Handheld Comparison - 2017
Console # of Scored
Games*
Score
Distribution
Average Metascore Great Games**
(90 or higher)
Good Exclusives**
(75 or higher)
3DS Nintendo 3DS 41 16,25,0 71.6 0 7
PS Vita PS Vita 20 7,11,2 68.2 0 1

* Games with 4 or more reviews in Metacritic's database released between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017 (based on North American release dates, except in cases where a game has not been released in North America).
** Excludes games with fewer than 7 reviews.
All Metascore data for this and all other tables in this report is from December 31, 2017. The pie charts reflect the percentage of all releases for each console with Positive Reviews (receiving a Metascore of 75 or higher indicating), Mixed Reviews (receiving a Metascore of 50-74), and Negative Reviews (receiving a Metascore of 49 or below). Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.

And here are 2017's best-reviewed titles, regardless of platform:

The 90+ Club: The Best-Reviewed Games of 2017 (Any Platform*)
Rank/Platform/Title Publisher Genre Metascore
1 Switch The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo Action-Adv. 97
2 Switch Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Action-Adv. 97
3 Wii U The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo Action-Adv. 96
4 PS3 Persona 5 Atlus RPG 93
5 PC Divinity: Original Sin II Larian Studios RPG 93
6 PC Okami HD Capcom Action-Adv. 93
7 Xbox 360 What Remains of Edith Finch Annapurna Inter. Adventure 92
8 PS3 Undertale Toby Fox RPG 92
9 Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Nintendo Racing 92
10 Switch Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Yacht Club Games Action 91
11 PC Bayonetta Sega Action 90

*Excluding iOS games. Games are ranked by Metascore prior to rounding. Only games with 7 or more reviews are included in this and every other list that follows.

Now, let's take a look at the best games of 2017 by platform ...

PS4

While Sony's console saw only two games scoring 90 or above in 2017—down from four in 2016 and six in 2015—there were many more positively reviewed PlayStation exclusive titles this year: 20, compared to 13 the prior year.

Overall, 37.7% of PS4 games released during 2017 received positive reviews from critics. That percentage represents a slight uptick compared to 2016, when the approval rate was below 36%. The average Metascore for PS4 games also ticked up one point (from 69.1 to 70.1) compared to the prior year.

Best PlayStation 4 games of 2017

PS4 Game of the Year
Persona 5

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The first chapter in the Shin Megami Tensei: Persona RPG series released for the PlayStation 4 features an episodic story about a group of high school students in a fictionalized version of Tokyo's Shibuya district who explore the Palace, an alternate world created by the hearts of other people. Critics and users alike praised the game as one of the best JRPGs of all time. (The game was also released for the PlayStation 3 console.)

PS4 Exclusive of the Year
Horizon: Zero Dawn

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Not every great game needs to be a sequel. A third-person, open-world, action/RPG/survival game that is the first new property in over a decade from Killzone developer Guerrilla Games, Horizon centers on the female archer Aloy in a colorful but post-apocalyptic future world that blends nature and technology and the old and the new (think robotic dinosaurs, for example). Terrific reviews were accompanied by strong sales, with the game becoming the best-selling new IP of all time on the PS4.

Highest-scoring PS4 games of 2017
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Persona 5AtlusAmazon93
2Undertale8-4 + FangamerAmazon92
3Final Fantasy XIV: StormbloodSquare EnixAmazon89
4Horizon Zero DawnSonyAmazon89
5What Remains of Edith Finch Annapurna Inter. 88
6NieR: AutomataSquare EnixAmazon88
7Okami HDCapcomAmazon88
8Nex Machina: Death MachineSony88
9Nioh Sony Amazon88
10Injustice 2 Warner Bros. Inter. Amazon87
11Night in the WoodsInfinite Fall87
12Wolfenstein II: The New ColossusBethesda SoftworksAmazon87
13Zero Escape: The Nonary Games Aksys Games Amazon87
14F1 2017Deep SilverAmazon86
15Thimbleweed Park Terrible Toybox86
16Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac AgeSquare EnixAmazon86
17Sonic Mania SegaAmazon86
18Resident Evil 7: biohazardCapcomAmazon86
19Guilty Gear Xrd: Rev 2Aksys GamesAmazon86
20Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition Paradox Inter. Amazon85
21Destiny 2ActivisionAmazon85
22Nioh: Bloodshed's EndSony85
23Final Fantasy IXSquare Enix85
24Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANANIS AmericaAmazon85
25Yakuza 0SegaAmazon85
26MLB The Show 17SonyAmazon85
27Wipeout: Omega CollectionSonyAmazon85
28Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun Daedalic Ent. Amazon85
29PyreSupergiant Games85
30StatikTarsier Studios84
31Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 + II.5 RemixSquare EnixAmazon84
32DiRT 4Deep SilverAmazon84
33DetentionRed Candle Game84
34PolybiusLlamasoft84
35Uncharted: The Lost LegacySonyAmazon84
36Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone - Colorful Tone Sega84
37Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone - Future SoundSega84
38FIFA 18Electronic ArtsAmazon84
39Pro Evolution Soccer 2018KonamiAmazon83
40Puyo Puyo Tetris Sega Amazon83
41Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds Sony 83
42Danganronpa 1-2 ReloadNIS AmericaAmazon83
43SUPERHOTSUPERHOT83
44Hand of Fate 2Defiant Development82
45Project CARS 2 Bandai Namco Amazon82
46Madden NFL 18Electronic ArtsAmazon82
47Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Bandai Namco 82
48Dishonored: Death of the OutsiderBethesda SoftworksAmazon82
49Tekken 7 Bandai Namco Amazon82
50Danganronpa V3: Killing HarmonyNIS AmericaAmazon81

Xbox One

The good news for Microsoft's console in 2017? The average Metascore for all XB1 releases increased to 71.2 from just 69.8 in 2016. In fact, 43.5% of all Xbox One releases received positive reviews in the past year, a fairly significant increase over the 2016 approval rate of 36.1% and also higher than the figure for the rival PlayStation 4 console.

The problem? Virtually all of those good Xbox One games could also be found on other platforms. The total of Xbox One exclusives receiving positive reviews in 2017? A mere one.

Best Xbox One games of 2017

XB1 Game of the Year
What Remains of Edith Finch

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Released for multiple platforms (each scoring in the 88-92 range), the second game from The Unfinished Swan developer Giant Sparrow is structured as a collection of short stories about a cursed family in the Pacific Northwest, taking place at various points in time from the early 1900s to the present day. Building on influences that range from David Lynch to Jim Henson, each tale ends in a family member's death, while your present-day character, Edith Finch, attempts to figure out why she's the only surviving Finch.

XB1 Exclusive of the Year
Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels

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Trying to decide on a console to buy? It can't be a good sign that the year's highest-scoring Xbox One exclusive is a DLC pack based on Mattel's Hot Wheels toys. If you want to be more generous and include XB1 console exclusives (games that are also available on PC but not on any other console), the Xbox fares slightly better, with Cuphead and Forza Motorsport 7 both scoring 86.

Highest-scoring XB1 games of 2017
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1What Remains of Edith Finch Annapurna Inter. 92
2Injustice 2 Warner Bros. Inter. Amazon89
3N++ Metanet Software 88
4Wolfenstein II: The New ColossusBethesda SoftworksAmazon88
5Destiny 2ActivisionAmazon87
6Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels Microsoft 87
7Thumperdrool Games/Drool86
8CupheadStudio MDHRAmazon86
9ObserverAspyr86
10Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition Paradox Inter. Amazon86
11Resident Evil 7: biohazardCapcomAmazon86
12Forza Motorsport 7MicrosoftAmazon86
13DiRT 4Deep SilverAmazon86
14Assassin's Creed OriginsUbisoftAmazon85
15Sky Force ReloadedInfinite Dreams Inc.85
16NBA 2K182K GamesAmazon85
17Project CARS 2 Bandai Namco Amazon84
18South Park: The Fractured But WholeUbisoftAmazon84
19PreyBethesda SoftworksAmazon84
20F1 2017Deep SilverAmazon84
21Enter The GungeonDevolver Digital84
22Dishonored: Death of the OutsiderBethesda SoftworksAmazon84
23Thimbleweed ParkTerrible Toybox84
24Assault Android CactusWitch Beam84
25FIFA 18Electronic ArtsAmazon83
26Sonic ManiaSegaSoft/SegaAmazon83
27SOMAFrictional Games83
28Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath Grinding Gear 83
29Little Nightmares Bandai Namco Amazon83
30Super HydorahAbylight82
31The Sexy BrutaleTequila Works82
32RiMETequila Works/Grey BoxAmazon82
33The Evil Within 2Bethesda SoftworksAmazon82
34Pro Evolution Soccer 2018KonamiAmazon82
35Madden NFL 18Electronic ArtsAmazon82
36Bulletstorm: Full Clip EditionGearbox PublishingAmazon82
37Tekken 7 Bandai Namco Amazon81
38Middle-earth: Shadow of War Warner Bros. Inter. Amazon81
39Cities: Skylines - Xbox One EditionParadox Interactive81
40Sniper Elite 4Sold OutAmazon81

Nintendo Switch

It was quite a launch year for Nintendo's newest console. The Xbox One and PS4 each have just one game scoring above 95 in their four-year histories. In less than 10 months, the Switch already has two such games, and they both rank among the 20 highest-scoring games released for any platform in Metacritic's history.

In fact, the Switch had four games scoring 90 or higher this year, more than the PS4 and XB1 combined. In all, there were 97 positively reviewed games to choose from in 2017, so if you managed to get your hands on a Switch console, there was no shortage of quality content to choose from.

Best Switch games of 2017

Switch Game of the Year
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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Easily one of the greatest launch titles in gaming history, the first new console Zelda game since 2011's Skyward Sword (and the first Zelda game to debut in HD) introduces new features like a massive open-world Hyrule, nonlinear gameplay (go anywhere and solve challenges—or goof off—in any order), and some voice acting. (The latter wasn't necessarily a positive development, however.) Only a simultaneous Wii U release (where it will likely stand as the last great game released for that console) prevented Breath of the Wild from also being the Switch's top 2017 exclusive.

Switch Exclusive of the Year
Super Mario Odyssey

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The first Super Mario game for Nintendo's new console is a 3D sandbox platformer that gives Mario some new abilities (hat throwing!) as he ventures out of the Mushroom Kingdom into a variety of strange new worlds, including a realistic-looking, human-inhabited city. It also offers two-player local co-op gameplay, with the second player controlling the aforementioned hat, named Cappy. After winning best game honors at the E3 and Gamescom conferences in the summer, Odyssey was greeted with stellar reviews upon its October release, becoming the second-highest-scoring Super Mario game in history—an impressive achievement for such a storied franchise.

Highest-scoring Switch games of 2017
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendoAmazon97
2Super Mario OdysseyNintendoAmazon97
3Mario Kart 8 DeluxeNintendoAmazon92
4Shovel Knight: Treasure TroveYacht Club Games91
5SteamWorld Dig 2Image & Form88
6Cave Story +NicalisAmazon88
7Stardew ValleyConcernedApe87
8Rocket LeaguePsyonix86
9Axiom Verge Tom Happ/Badland Games86
10Minecraft: Switch EditionMojang ABAmazon86
11Lovers in a Dangerous SpacetimeAsteroid Base86
12Sonic Mania Sega Amazon86
13ThumperDrool85
14The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth +NicalisAmazon85
15Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom BattleUbisoftAmazon85
16Shovel Knight: Specter of TormentYacht Club Games84
17Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition Ubisoft84
18The Elder Scrolls V: SkyrimBethesda SoftworksAmazon84
19NeuroVoiderFlying Oak Games84
20Snipperclips Plus: Cut It Out, Together!NintendoAmazon84
21World of GooTomorrow Corporation84
22Splatoon 2NintendoAmazon83
23Xenoblade Chronicles 2 NintendoAmazon83
24Worms W.M.DTeam 1782
25RIVE: Ultimate EditionTwo Tribes82
26Slime-sanHeadup Games82
27Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack Inti Creates 82
28Thimbleweed ParkTerrible Toybox82
29Shantae: Half-Genie Hero XSEED Games 82
30Disgaea 5 CompleteNIS AmericaAmazon81
31Battle Chef Brigade Adult Swim 81
32Floor KidsMerj Media81
33VOEZFlyhigh Works81
34OxenfreeNight School Studio81
35Puyo Puyo TetrisSegaAmazon81
36Fast RMXShin'en81
37Snipperclips - Cut it out, together!Nintendo80
38IroncastRipstone80
39The End Is NighNicalisAmazon79
40GoNNERRaw Fury79

PC games

Only three PC games achieved a Metascore of 90 or higher in 2017, down from five in each of the two prior years. But the overall number of good PC games actually increased in the past year: 205 titles landed a green Metascore in 2017 compared to 178 in 2016. That means there were more good PC games to choose from than in any year since we began compiling these year-end surveys in 2009. And no console had that many options.

Best PC games of 2017

PC Game of the Year / PC Exclusive of the Year
Divinity: Original Sin II

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After spending a year in Early Access, Larian's Kickstarter-funded sequel to its acclaimed 2014 fantasy RPG received an official release in September, and all it did was take PC Game of the Year honors, with critics calling it an instant classic. It's deeper and more detailed and complex than ever, with expanded player choice, four-player co-op (plus competitive multiplayer), a separate Dungeons & Dragons-inspired Game Master campaign creation mode, and full voice acting for every one of the game's 1,200 characters.

Highest-scoring PC games of 2017
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Divinity: Original Sin IILarian Studios93
2Okami HDCapcom93
3BayonettaSega90
4Lone EchoReady at Dawn89
5F1 2017Codemasters89
6Rez InfiniteEnhance Games89
7What Remains of Edith Finch Annapurna Inter. 89
8XCOM 2: War of the Chosen2K Games88
9CupheadStudio MDHR88
10Night in the WoodsFinji/Infinite Fall88
11Final Fantasy XIV: StormbloodSquare EnixAmazon87
12West of Loathing Asymmetric Pub. 87
13Raw DataSurvios87
14Galactic Civilizations III: CrusadeStardock86
15Total War: WARHAMMER II SegaAmazon86
16Hollow Knight Team Cherry86
17Wolfenstein II: The New ColossusBethesda SoftworksAmazon86
18Robo RecallEpic Games86
19ParadigmJacob Janerka86
20PlayerUnknown's BattlegroundsBluehole, Inc.86
21Injustice 2 Warner Bros. Inter. 86
22SteamWorld Dig 2Image & Form85
23BattleriteStunlock Studios85
24Project CARS 2 Bandai Namco 85
25Starcraft Remastered Blizzard Ent. 85
26Planescape: Torment - Enhanced EditionBeamdog85
27L.A. Noire: The VR Case FilesRockstar Games85
28RakuenLaura Shigihara84
29Nex Machina: Death MachineHousemarque84
30Assassin's Creed Origins Ubisoft84
31NieR: AutomataSquare Enix84
32The End Is NighEdmund McMillen/Tyler Glaiel 84
33Destiny 2ActivisionAmazon84
34Thimbleweed ParkTerrible Toybox84
35DetentionRed Candle Game83
36Finding ParadiseFreebird Games83
37Hellblade: Senua's SacrificeNinja Theory83
38Guild Wars 2: Path of FireArenaNet83
39Bleed 2BootdiskRevolution83
40The Sexy BrutaleTequila Works83
41The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rdXSEED Games83
42Gorogoa Annapurna Inter. 83
43Steel Division: Normandy 44Paradox Interactive83
44Nioh: Complete Edition Koei Tecmo 83
45Resident Evil 7: biohazardCapcomAmazon83
46Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Bandai Namco 82
47Tekken 7 Bandai Namco 82
48Stellaris - UtopiaParadox Interactive82
49PyreSupergiant Games82
50Football Manager 2018SegaSoft/Sega82

Handhelds: Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita

There doesn't appear to be much of a future for either handheld device. The number of games released for both the 3DS and Vita dropped once again in 2017, though the latter device is really suffering. With Sony no longer publishing any games for the Vita, there were just 20 titles receiving Metascores in 2017. The 3DS had just over twice as many releases, though that still didn't leave much to choose from: only 10 games for the Nintendo handheld received positive reviews, down from 25 good releases the previous year.

Here are all of the positively reviewed 2017 releases for each handheld platform:

Best-Reviewed 3DS Games, 2017
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Metroid: Samus ReturnsNintendoAmazon86
2Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed KingSquare Enix/NintendoAmazon85
3Pokemon Ultra SunNintendoAmazon85
4Pokemon Ultra MoonNintendoAmazon84
5BYE-BYE BOXBOY!Nintendo83
6Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's MinionsNintendoAmazon81
7Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of ValentiaNintendoAmazon81
8Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the MythAtlus Co./AtlusAmazon80
9Monster Hunter StoriesCapcom/NintendoAmazon79
10Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Capcom78
Best-Reviewed PS Vita Games, 2017
Game Publisher Buy It Metascore
1Hakuoki: Kyoto WindsIdea FactoryAmazon83
2Danganronpa V3: Killing HarmonyNIS AmericaAmazon80
3Mary Skelter: NightmaresIdea FactoryAmazon78
4Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea Koei Tecmo 78
5A Rose in the TwilightNIS America75

Bonus: The worst games of 2017

No year-end recap would be complete without a quick look the year's worst-reviewed releases:

What do you think?

What were your favorite games of 2017? Let us know in the discussion section below.

Comments (13)

  • bralle  

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  • bralle  

    Great list! God of war is my all time favorite, because its story. It excite me every time I'm in the middle of the game just like playing bingoscanner.com, very exciting and it thrilled in no time!

  • JasonDietz  

    @ItsAllOgre5: Coming this Monday (2/26)!

  • ItsAllOgre5  

    Where are 2017's publisher rankings?

  • Master_Reviewer  

    Nintendo is back! wow

  • TheaQueen  

    Next year 'Impulsiv' will be on the list x)

  • jeremiahOloughl  

    I possess Xbox one and for me the best game for 2017 was FIFA 17. Best Soccer game ever by Frostbite. Tunnels, Team Plane, etc gave a real like experience while playing. For me it was totally Hala Madrid!! Multiplayer environment with looks of players touching the rim of similarity has touched my heart. I could feel my heart beat while striking, as I felt I was living my own dream. Well the cherry on the cake was, my brother was gifted Xbox live Gold subscription from https://press-start.com/de/1-kaufen-xbox-live-gold-mitgliedschaft-12-monate/. His gaming experience was enthralling as he had an uninterrupted, non-stoppable gaming throughtout the year. Digitization came upto somewhat reality and could be felt immensely.

  • Young_Nacho  

    To the retard below me that said battlefront had the most "surprising and essential campaign in years" you sir, might have a severe disability

  • TheMetacritiqer  

    Resident Evil 7 is definitely my game of the year. Haven't played Hellblade in a while as it was too disturbing and made me feel really bad, though that was the point and and definitely looking forward to continue when I'm ready. The graphics are so good for Lost Legacy that I'm taking it very slowly, it has to be the right time. If i take the DLC out of my mind(which I can't) Battlefront II had the most surprising and essential campaign in years. When I take the heavily changed multiplayer for what it is, I thoroughly enjoy that. It feels amazing to play as the clones and droids. The recreation of Kashyk is absolutely amazing. The fiery explosions from the AT on Endor light up the night. starfighters give out the feel of actually being in one, like Dunkirk in space.(I'm on him) Crait is something that feels incredibly unique. The red earth trenches and the completely flat ground. And of course playing as Rey was great.
    Edith Finch didn't feel like a complete game and had a(piss) poor ending. However, it was right up their with Ethan Carter. Those games really show what games can be and got me thinking how we can fully make the next evolution in this medium. It's all in the mystery that the environment presents, how it stuns you and completely takes you in to the place that might've seemed unfeasible. ghost story games will need to take it a full notch up, and i think they can. Detroit, God of War and Anthem will make 2018 amazing but having looked at the slate of developers for 19, well, that could be the best year since 2012.

  • gnadenlos  

    All hail the king - he is back from a long journey.

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