Top Games of all time

Half Life 2 will undoubtedly be on this some place, isn’t that so? All things considered, it’s not just about City 17 and being quiet. The PC has dependably been on the bleeding edge of gaming, being where new thoughts have a tendency to arrive first. It is the true stage for MMOs, non mainstream players, F2P and MOBAs, which are all tremendous arrangements at the present time.

Traditionally the PC has also been the place where genres like strategy and sims thrive, mainly due to the tried and trusted mouse & keyboard controls. Games like the Total War series have traditionally taken full advantage of the PC’s unique inputs, and processing power, to provide rich strategy experiences with the spectacle of vast armies clashing on the battlefields of history. The Sims series, one of the best selling simulation games of all time, continues to look and play best on PC

  • 16. Bioshock

    To put it simply, BioShock is a brilliant game; one that sets the proverbial benchmark not only for first-person adventure titles, but also for all future games to come. I had always been passionately against giving out perfect… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: Xbox 360, PC

  • 15.  Gears of War

    Must have, if for nothing more than to see why 360-owners say the Lancer/chainsaw one of the best videogame weapons ever. When Gears of War came out as an Xbox 360 exclusive, it blew me away. The graphics were mind blowing,… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PC

  • 14. Mass Effect

    BioWare, with a little help from a friend, has made one of the best RPGs ever made even better. November last year I gave the Xbox 360 version of Mass Effect 10-out-of-10 on this very website. It blew me away, ticking all… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PC

  • 13. Grand Theft Auto IV

    If you’ve been waiting for the ultimate version of GTA 4, then this is it, providing you can put up with a fair amount of hassle to get the game running well. When we reviewed GTA 4 on Xbox 360 and PS3 earlier this year we… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PC

  • 12. The Path

    By leaving so much open to interpretation in the mind of the player, The Path shows a maturity that belies its roots in a child’s fairy tale. Are video games art? It’s a question that’s launched a million threads of incendiary… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PC

  • 11. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

    With the best multiplayer shooting that money can buy, an incredibly action-packed campaign and plenty of superb two-player co-op levels, this is without a doubt a real contender for game of the year. I felt like I needed… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PC

  • 10 Mass Effect 2

    Mass Effect 2 is the perfect fusion of the shooter and RPG genres. When you’re not playing it, you wish you were. When you are playing it, you can’t imagine doing anything else. Engrossing. Stunning. The adjective “stunning”… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: Xbox 360, PC

  • 9. StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty

    StarCraft II can be daunting, distressing and demanding but it’s one of the richest and most expertly produced video games of recent years. When we left off, in 1998, the insectoid Zerg had just betrayed the technologically-advanced… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PC

  • 8. Mass Effect 2

    You say potato, I say potato. It’s taken almost a year for Mass Effect 2 to reach the PS3. Now that it’s finally here, however, there are only two questions worth asking: “Does the game live up to its reputation?” and “Does… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, PS3

  • 7. Portal 2

    I think you knew all along this was going to be great. Fantastic, even. All the same, I don’t think you’ll be prepared for it being this good. The following review is spoiler-free. Fear not: this review has been the subject… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PC

  • 6. Dark Souls 2

    A refined, slicker version of one of the greatest video games ever made. Dark Souls. That’s the really hard one, right? Sure, but the difficulty is far from why it is so memorable. The freedom of choice when it comes to every… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PC

  • Grand Theft Auto 5

    The definitive version of Rockstar’s biggest world to date. Note: Below are impressions of the technical improvements and additions found in the PC version of GTA 5. For an insight into the characters and missions of GTA… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PC

  • 4. Batman: Arkham Knight

    Batman: Arkham Knight is the best Batman game ever made and a classic in its own right. ‘The Batman games wouldn’t be any good if Batman wasn’t in it’ is a long cited, stupid criticism of the Arkham series. By that notion,… more

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

  • 3. The Witness

    I’m so caught up inside the world of The Witness that it’s hard to think about anything else. It is one of the best games I’ve ever encountered. At one point towards the end of The Witness I considered whether it might be

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: PS4, PC

  • 2. Inside

    Inside delights from start to finish. Don’t miss out on what will surely be one of the best games of this generation. Playdead’s Inside, the studio’s follow-up to indie darling Limbo, is very much in the mould of its predecessor:

    Reviewed on:    Platforms: Xbox One, PC

  • 1. Dishonored 2

    Dishonored 2 has earned my first VideoGamer 10. 5 things Dishonored 2 is doing so right After a few hours playing The Clockwork Mansion level of Dishonored 2 at preview, Alice was unreasonably excited at the prospect.

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