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What Are Some Of The Best Video Games Of All Time?

Want to build worlds, become a crime kingpin, get lost in space, or enter the afterlife? Want to build worlds, become a crime kingpin, get lost in space, or enter the afterlife? There are literally dozens of ways you would be able to put together a list of the best video games ever made. You could look at classics, such as “Super Mario Bros“. You could look at the impact on the medium, or highest sales. You could pen down your personal favourites on pieces of paper, then throw them into the air!

There are literally dozens of choices that you could put down on your list of the best video games of all time. Here are a few suggestions.

God of War

His revenge against the gods of Olympus far behind him, at the moment Kratos is a man in the lands of Norse Gods as well as monsters. It is in this cruel, unforgiving world that he needs to fight to survive … and teach his son to do the same.

As mentor as well as protector to a son determined to earn his respect, Kratos is faced with an unforeseen opportunity to master the rage that has long defined him. Probing the dark lineage, he’s passed on to his son, he hopes to make amends for the shortcomings of his past.

Set within the untamed forests, mountains, and realms of Norse lore, God of War features a markedly new setting with its own pantheon of creatures, monsters as well as gods.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

As a young boy, Link is duped by Ganondorf who is the King of the Gerudo Thieves. The evil human makes use of Link in order to gain access to the Sacred Realm, where he puts his tainted hands on Triforce and converts the beautiful Hyrulean landscape into a desolate wasteland. Link is determined to fix the challenges he assisted to create, so with the assistance of Rauru he travels through time amassing the powers of the Seven Sages.


Karaoke complexes might be relatively common at the moment, but back in 2004 singing into a PlayStation was the closest that most of us could get. SingStar’s discs of party classics shaped the caterwauling soundtrack to millions of student gatherings, hen parties as well as five-pint Fridays all over Europe for more than 10 years. Like Just Dance, it uses the infectious joy of pop music in a way that anyone can play.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2

As most major publishers’ development endeavours shift to any number of next-generation platforms, Tony Hawk 2 will probably stand as one of the last truly fantastic games to be released on the PlayStation.

Dead Space

In Dead Space, the player turns out to be lowly engineer Isaac Clarke, who finds himself probing the “planet-cracking” ship Ishimura after radio contact with the vessel is missing. The craft is, of course, infested with alien creatures – the Necromorphs – who make use of the reanimated corpses of human victims in horrible ways. This is a dark, bloody and atmospheric survival-horror thrill ride.