- Sep 30, 2012
Okay, in terms of games that I:mxfox408 said:Well Ill keep it simple list your top 10 games and if you want to explain why. including MMO's
A) Have replayed a bajillion times.
B) Still hold up well.
C) Were about the best thing I had ever seen when I first played them:
10) Baldur's Gate 2. Hasn't exactly aged that well but still probably the best Wrpg.
9) Painkiller. The disjointed levels and stupid story were the only put-offs, along with the stupid criteria required to earn cards.
8) Soul Calibur 3. Great characters, a really engaging single player mode and insanely good graphics for the Ps2.
7) One Must Fall 2097. Ancient fighting game that did things that no fighting game to date has managed. Add to this an insanely powerful modding community and you have probably the best fighting game of all time.
6) Unreal Tournament 2004. The one and only multiplayer shooter. This has never been equaled.
5) Batman: Arkham series. Together they are near perfection. The first game had a lot of limitations, but in terms of storyline and atmosphere...wow. City was the best overall but had an utterly awful story towards the end. Origins had great bosses and the second half of the game was nearly perfect, but the first half was such a slog.
4) Resident Evil 4. If the writing and final boss had been a little better, this would probably have been #1.
3) God of War 2. Nearly perfect action game. Brilliant bosses, awesome graphics, probably my most replayed single player game of all time.
2) Half Life. While it hasn't aged perfectly, this is still the shooter to beat.
1) Diablo 2. While Diablo 3 is finally starting to catch up in terms of item hunting, D2's amazing singleplayer campaign, timeless graphics and insanely awesome modding community make it nearly impossible to beat.