Most gamers around the world know which upcoming games are worth the wait, but what if you want to play something right now? Searching your local stores for new games with low ratings and dubious reputation is not the best idea, probably. And this is where this list comes in. To be honest, it’s mostly made of cliche games that are in every other top 10 list on the Internet. And rightfully so, because there are way more outstanding games out there, which makes it quite difficult to pick only a handful. So, for now at least, try beating some of these games to see if this is a list for you!
Here are top 10 best games of all time (in my opinion), none of which will leave you indifferent or bored. You will in fact be pumped.
1. Doom (1993) – 2,000,000+ copies sold
This FPS giant has become a staple in every gamer’s library. Thanks to the genius developers at id Software Doom has achieved a legendary status very quickly and is still played to this day on PC, consoles, phones, calculators, ATM’s, and pretty much anything else that has a screen. And while 1993 Doom is a gem, its 2016 reboot with the same name is just as good as the original, if not better.
2. Resident Evil (1996) – 5,400,000 copies sold
In 1996, the lucky owners of the PlayStation 1 were treated with a game that has changed the course of horror title for years to come. Straight from Capcom we got Resident Evil, where a few soldiers are stuck in a mansion full of infected people and other creepy things. I’d highly recommend the Remastered version, though.
3. Diablo (1996) – 2,000,000+ copies sold
If I could get back all the hours spent slaying demons, skeletons and other unholy creations in the deepest dungeons and caverns underneath Tristram, I’d probably get a few extra days out of that deal! The entire franchise is worthy of your attention, but start with the first installment.
4. Final Fantasy VII (1997) – 11,000,000+
FF7 has a special place in my heart, as a game I’ve never finished yet still love everything about it. If you’re a fan of epic plot twists and can tolerate, or even like turn-based combat, well, then you’ve probably played a Final Fantasy game before. It’s also cheap as dirt on Steam!