Top 4 Games for PC of All Times
There are many games built for PC users but some of them left a long lasting impression on the gamers. Yes, you read that right. We are going to enlist some of the best games for PC of all times.
We can challenge Rockstar’s methods, not his results. GTA 5 pushes the boundaries of the open world further, giving birth to a world that is ever wider, ever more credible, ever more alive. A huge playground to clear, whether at the wheel of a crate foot at the bitumen, at the controls of a private jet or huddled in a yellow submarine, with three characters as different as mastered.
This exemplary success, GTA owes it to an incredibly thoughtful atmosphere, in the line of San Andreas, to an ever-richer gameplay, to set up missions of exceptional magnitude, and to a really clear technique for a game of Like, probably the most beautiful surprise coming from Rockstar.
The expectation has been long, the hopes placed in him may be overweight, and there are still some details to be refined, including the aim. But GTA 5 managed its bet: to pass the exceptional for the standard.
Elite : Dangerous:
Elite Dangerous has been one of the best games ever developed in the gaming world. You could crack your home saving Plan tomorrow, offer you Elite: Dangerous as well as a small Saitek X-52 Pro and spend two months grinding credits like a goret, lip-gloss and nebulae full-eyed.
But you might as well save in your corner and leave a few weeks to an awakened title so that he picks up like a big his massively multiplayer game stripes. Braben and his team have always been clear on this point: their baby is a long-term project, of which version 1.0 is only a launch ramp.
Rushing right away, it’s likely to get tired of all this Ex-Fed solo before the project has deployed its wings to deserve a good big 9 select. If this good Blaise the eternal silence of the infinite spaces frightens you, wait a bit. If not, go to Canis Majoris
Cities : Skylines:
While SimCity disappointed city builders and shattered the illusions of the last fans of the historical license of the management game, Colossal Order refined in the shadows the true successor of the venerable Sim City 4.
Undoubtedly, Cities skylines is the best management title we have seen in recent years, thanks to its progressive mechanics, its approach to traffic and public transport, as well as its interface and its handling. Steeped in small finds, the title of Colossal Order is certainly less generous than Cities XXL on the number of buildings and may not renew the genre as the last Maxis had vainly tried to do, but it succeeds the principal: to offer to Players a fun and inventive city builder, despite its few small flaws.
With the possibilities offered by the modding and the follow-up promised by the publisher, Cities skylines however has a maximum of cards in hand to mark durably the kind of its footprint.
The Witcher 3 : Wild Hunt:
The Witcher 3 is a masterpiece that will mark its year and probably its genre. By not betraying anything of his origins, he even manages to raise the tone of his speech by always addressing sensitive themes with more accuracy and severity.
The impact of the player’s choices reminds us that we are indeed in a role play where the term consequences is not overused. All with a redesigned and engaging combat system, an open world screaming with life and coherence. The amount of content will have a lot of trouble cohabiting with your usual diary.
The visual and sound aspect gives all its meaning to the term artistic direction and imposes there again a new standard. Only a few technical wanderings inherent in the open world and a saw-tooth rhythm in the mainframe cast a slight shadow on this master board. At a time when the veterans of the RPG come back to enchant us thanks to participatory funding, the game.