If you were to ask me what the 10 best games of all time are, I would probably have a lot to say. But that’s not really the question here. The question is: What games do people like? After all, we’re talking about what’s arguably one of the world’s most influential forms of entertainment.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
I’m going to start off with something a little different. Animal Crossing: New Horizons was announced at the E3 show in June. This is the next entry in the Animal Crossing series, which began with the Japan-only game Doubutsu no Mori on the Nintendo 64 that was later ported to GameCube as Animal Forest and then localized and released in North America as Animal Crossing. The series has been on Nintendo DS ever since with multiple entries on that platform.
The next entry will be out for Switch, of course, and it looks like it will be a bigger leap forward for this series than any other in its history.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
Ass Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, announced at E3, is the next installment in the Assassin’s Creed series. This time, it will be a game based on Ancient Greece instead of the Middle East.
Like most games in this series, Odyssey will have a story-driven campaign with players taking on roles of both heroes and villains. The twist here is that you can play as either Kassandra or Alexios (the two protagonists) starting at level one. WPC15 dashboard login also has entertainment.
I played a bit of playing as Kassandra earlier this year, and I can already tell that she’s going to be an interesting addition to the series. She reminds me of Zoey from God Of War a lot (in way better ways).
Fortnite: Battle Royale
Battle Royale was announced in June at E3, and it will be out in September as a free-to-play game on all of the major platforms. Founders Pack via Epic Games will cost $30, but players won’t have to pay for anything for the first three months after release.
The goal here is to craft your own story, and most importantly, to customize your experience by buying weapon skins with V-bucks (the Fortnite currency).The game starts you off with the promise of 100 players battling it out in a giant map, but since you’ll need to buy your way up the ranks, you’ll spend most of your time battling against other players and not AI-controlled characters.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
As if a Dracula, Alucard, and the Belmont family weren’t enough to convince you of this game’s sheer greatness, every playable character ends up being as awesome as the last. The action is fierce and varied on all fronts. The music sets a grim mood while remaining catchy. Graphically it’s still amazing what they managed to do in 1997 with 3D graphics – mind blowing even by today’s standards. Moreover, you can use the dashboard on wpc2027.live.
Forza Horizon 4
I’m not saying that this one is better than the core Forza games, and I will gladly admit that they’re awesome in their own right. However, the main reason why this is a better game than almost any other on this list and why it should be considered as one of the greatest games of all time is because of its living, breathing world. It’s an absolute joy to drive through an environment that changes so much dynamically with or without you taking part in it.
A Kingdom for Keflings
It’s hard to convey how fun it is to build up entire villages from small hamlets up to major cities using a bunch of tiny little people about two inches tall. Regardless of how far out of your typical gameplay style this one may be, you really should give it a shot. You’ll build up these towns with the same pride as any core gamer who’s been stuck on some big RPG for weeks and will feel just as satisfied.
Who would have thought that sitting around and watching some tiny little people do nothing but go about their lives was so much fun? It feels like playing God in its purest form, with all the good and bad that comes along with it. After having gone through all of the expansions, add-ons, and tweaks to this game I shudder to think about how many hours I’ve invested into it altogether.
Read also familyspirityoga.
By far the most recent of my choices, this one is just too awesome not to mention, even though I haven’t finished it yet. Although I can see myself getting tired of it eventually, I still think that Bungie deserves a lot of credit for creating such a massive and deep game with such a phenomenal voice acting cast.
Although it may seem like just another RPG to some people – and honestly isn’t always the best in its genre – this one has managed to make an impact on me that no other RPG ever has. With its incredible world, amazing story and excellent gameplay coupled up with the stunning graphics and music makes for an experience like no other.