If you have been watching Video Games as per series Generation, you will realize that 50 games were picked as one of the best. Nevertheless, only ten will be discussed in this article. Notably, a game needs to make at least Rank 4 or higher in its respective list of generation to qualify for the best of all time. However, if you notice your favorite is not discussed on the list below, just know the game is not likely as the best of all time.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)
Every other all time list is out there, this game is always at the top. Watchmojo.com tried to find a successor, but after comparing actual gameplay, well-paced storylines, innovative mechanics, combat variety, fantastic level design, replayability, and capturing the scope of an epic adventure. What this game has achieved so far no any other game has even verged to match. The Nintendo masterpiece is trying to be the greatest game of all time, regardless of whether you have a digital version of the Virtual Console, your old N64 cartridge, or taking it on the go with the 3DS remaster.
The game is over 30 years old now and still it is as challenging and addicting to play today as it was the day it came out. Throughout the years, there have been numerous varieties even though its core gameplay never changes. Even today, many people are still playing this Russian classic, and it is a real timeless classic. In fact, it is currently the best-selling game of all time. You can access this game on almost any device as long as it has a screen and microchips.
Half Life 2 (2004)
Even after a decade of release, few games in history still feel brand new. Half Life 2’s revolutionary emphasizes on physics-based combat and puzzles, which still puts it bounds and leaps across most FPS’s today. Valve’s second game on this list clearly indicates how the company has turned out to be genuine pioneers for gaming while still give up incredible experience.
Super Mario World (1991)
In contention for the best of all time, Mario had many games like Super Mario Bros 3, and Galaxy 2 additionally qualified. Even today, the 16-bit spites still look fantastic with the consideration of multiple routes, secrets galore to find, and 96 different exits discover there is much more to come back to once you have saved the princess and defeated Browser.
Chrono Trigger (1995)
Without a doubt, the squares are the JRPG kings with their series of Final Fantasy, but their best work accompanied this time traveling epic. The game is still as emotionally hard-hitting as ever, and it contains a notorious cast of great party members just as Mass Effect does. Additionally, this game comes with 13 endings where each of them is vastly different from each other.
Portal 2 (2011)
During the last generation, there was no any other game brought more creative innovation than the Portal series. This game was everything; an awesome spin-off should be giving us the elegantly composed entertaining dialogue of GLaDOS and Wheatly while also providing us with the very much created puzzle rooms to tackle solo, or share the challenge of reasoning with a friend.
Mass Effect 2 (2010)
The series of Mass Effect drew inspiration from all the right places with enough legend to rival Star Wars and Trek. The Sci-fi epic turned into the summit of what Western RPG’s could accomplish. The second game used an idea first seen as a part of Seven Samurai, and as the Commander Shepard, you would travel different parts of the galaxy recruiting a team of memorable characters to save the world in one of the greatest last missions ever made. The story of Shepard may be over, but we will always remember the incredible journey.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011)
This game makes a special effort to ensure that everything is tremendous from its open world to its different skill tree, loads of quests, and many customization options for your character. Moreover, there are big dragons and it is important to be careful not to get lost in the game because it is easy to go wandering into a natural hollow full of giant spiders or mummified Draugers.
Resident Evil 4 (2005)
The good thing about this game is that you do not need to have played the past entries to recognize what is going on. Besides, not knowing what is going on is fundamentally decent in Japanese games. Resident Evil 4 was an exciting yet terrifying experience where you could deal with the psychotic infected villagers to creepy Regenerators. Some fans like to hate on this game due to the continuation that followed, but there is no denying how fantastic this game was assembled.Goldeneye 007 (1997)
Goldeneye 007 (1997)
In spite of having one analog stick and no playing online, the game still holds out better than many shooters to have come out since. Goldeneye 007 has a strong single player campaign that will keep you attempting to open the prestige 007 mode. It also has a multiplayer section that was amazingly added as an afterthought.