People Think These Games Are The Best Of All Time

It’s always tricky when you ask people to answer a “best” or “favorite” when it comes to something they love – I, for one, have never been able to pick a favorite movie or a favorite book when someone poses that question.

These 16 gamers have thought about it, though, and they have answers for the question of the best game they’ve ever played.

16. A game-changer.

Outer Wilds. It was one of those rare “game changing,” games, where after it was over I really couldn’t think of anything else like it.

Everyone has their own tastes, but everyone should play Outer Wilds.

15. Punishing and awesome.

Bloodborne.

God what a good game.

This was my introduction to the Soulsbourne series.

Punishing. Awesome.

14. A masterful take.

Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. I thought this was a really masterful take on the puzzle/dungeon style Zelda games. It had excellent art direction, sound design, and great characters. The story isn’t groundbreaking, but it IS a great take on the classic knight-rescues-the-damsel-in-distress. The whole game plays like a fairytale imo. Turning into a wolf was a useful and very fun gameplay element, and I especially love how you had to gather information from both people and animals at certain points. A lot of the game takes notes from Ocarina of Time, but that doesn’t bother me too much.

I think they know they peaked with that game format with TP and that’s why we got BotW. (I think Skyward Sword they were trying something different and just totally missed the mark.)

13. It had an impact.

Skyrim

I didn’t play Skyrim until years after it came out but I still would say it impacted me a lot. I had to scroll farther than I thought to find it here.

12. So much lore.

Fallout New Vegas, Easily 10/10 and SOOOO much lore and side quests

11. Quite amazing.

Ghost of Tsushima.

The graphics for my s*%t PlayStation is quite amazing and doesn’t lag. Very little glitches (to my knowledge at least).

10. Best storyline.

Red dead redemption 2. Would consider it to have the best storyline till now.

The game tells its story so well. The environment is incredible. Just a game that really impressed me start to finish.

9. Nostalgia fav.

God of war 2018

I’ve been gaming since 8bit and, while of course I have nostalgia favorites, that God of War game set a new bar. The story, pacing, and game mechanics are just about perfect.

Sometimes you get one or two of those right, and it’s a good game because of it, but it’s amazing that they nailed all three.

8. Just so fun.

Halo Reach, the game itself is not perfect but I just had the funniest times playing on it with my friends when everything seemed achievable, when time wasn’t an issue and everything was fun.

7. The best reward.

The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.

We got my son a Switch as a reward for being such a trooper during covid. He had gotten into watching Mario videos on Youtube, so I got him Odyssey and some other stuff and then got BOTW for myself since I had read so much about it. I started it, but I’m old and video games are too complicated for me now, so kind forgot about it.

After my son had played through all his stuff, he fired my old game back up and, wow… I just like watching him play, that game is incredible! I have said, and I mean it, that game belongs in the Louvre, it is an absolute work of art.

6. Super memorable.

Persona 5

certainly it’s one of the most memorable media experiences I’ve had in years

5. Sanity-saving.

Morrowind.

It saved my sanity as a bullied and outcasted kid. It gave me an escape and it will always be my favourite game because of that.

4. A strong argument.

I think there’s a strong argument for Half-Life Alyx, as both a long-awaited new chapter in the series, and an amazing exploration of what can be done with current VR tech.

3. It has no limits.

Minecraft. I actually believe Minecraft is the greatest game of all time simply because there’s really no limit to what you can do. The redstone people have put together is mind boggling.

Already one of the most replayable games of all time but when you add mods to it? Literally as close to endless fun and discovery as you can get with a videogame.

2. Really addicted.

Mario Odyssey.

One of the general thoughts I’ve had since playing Odyssey in 2017 was that you could realistically use it for a test like that. Where if someone who’s never played video games out of a preconceived notion that they won’t like them, plays Odyssey. If they don’t like Odyssey, well then they were right.

Everything about the game caters to almost every audience. You can be a 5 year old and do nothing but run and jump or you could be a hardcore crazy person like me and do the hat jumping and diving thing and exploit various mechanics. What a fantastic game. I gotta play it again.

1. They can’t pick just one.

Kingdom of Amalur: Reckoning

Bioshock

and

Fable II

I’m going to have to try some of these, because they’re new to me.

What’s the best game you ever played? We’re dying to hear about it in the comments!

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