20 – Mass Effect
I have never understood the appeal of Star Wars, at least not until I played Mass Effect. The complete immersion into a world a universe that Star Wars fans feel is what experienced after my first two missions.
19 – Minecraft
Yeah, someone’s trying to recreate ترفندهای بازی انفجار of Thrones continent of Westeros in Minecraft. Yes, someone else made a to-scale replica of starship Enterprise, but I think there’s more fun in making a more humble thing in your private or shared world.
18 – Half-Life
Half Life 2 managed to both create the blueprint for the modern single player shooter and be the genre’s high water mark. It was first and, arguably, still is the best at what it does.
17- Half Life 2: Episode 2
Episode 2 just does everything perfectly. You have an adventure in a mining complex with a hilariously tame Vortigaunt companion, a frantic last-stand against hordes of antlions, an ambush where Combine troops destroy a mansion around you, and finely a battle with a legion of Striders.
16 – BioShock
To this day, horror games remain little more than jump scares and sudden sound blasts, Bioshock’s submerged tomb of forgotten dreams and broken promises consistently cranks out an ambiance far more discomforting than any blood-drenched wall or hulked-out zombie could ever hope for.
15 – Diablo II
I love Diablo II’s esthetic, which makes me feel like I’m living in a miniature model world like the kind once used to create film effects.
14 – Portal 2
It’s funnier and even more endearing than its predecessor, and invests several new types of puzzle that make the Porta gun seem even more amazing.
13 – Quake
Quake isn’t, it’s a phenomenon. Without it, TF2 wouldn’t exist. Perforating Fields with Nine-Inch nails and blasting Shamblers with quad-rockets is every bit as fun now as it was in ’96.