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Top Ten Best Video Games

Updated on August 4, 2016

10. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3 is a game that truly lives up to all other RPGs between the vastness of the world, all the deadly beasts constantly trying to kill you, and the possibility to make Geralt a true representation of ones self. The Witcher 3 places our hero Geralt, a lone witch hunter into a world filled with deadly beasts and an enemy like never before: The Wild Hunt.

9. Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect is an amazing Sci-Fi 3rd person shooter that puts Commander Shepard on a mission to take down the military group Cerberus and a race of machines called reapers. Mass Effect is well known for it's character development options, great combat, and it's awesome story.

8. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Black ops 2 is the best Call of Duty game yet for it's immersive story, fast-paced multiplayer gameplay, and amazing zombies mode. The campaign story has David Mason and his comrades hunt down the vengeful warlord Raul Menendez after his young sister is killed by a lethal grenade. Black Ops 3 has been not just a game but it was one of the many COD games played for sport in Major League Gaming and brought the gaming community together in a way that has never been done before.

7. Bioshock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite is a dark yet happy game. It's a nice change from the previous games which were very dark and ominous. Booker DeWitt is set on a quest to save Elizabeth on the floating city of Columbia. Bioshock is a great game for people who want a good immersive first-person shooter.

6. Red Dead Redemption

Red Dead is an open-world, western shooter. Red Dead resembles much of a western style Grand Theft Auto. The game is great for those who want to be the fastest gun in the west or just a casual cowboy. Red Dead is great for it's large world, many quests, and weapons to collect.

5. Halo 3

Halo 3 was a special game for a lot of us. It took the bond between Cortana and Master Chief and tore it apart. Halo 3 is a very emotional installation to the series. The game had the best multiplayer of all the games and the story was like nothing before. The graphics at the time were in their prime and we loved it for that too.

4. Minecraft

Minecraft is a genius game! Minecraft brings out the inner engineer in all of us, it allows us to make anything we want and show it to all our friends and then play with it. Whether you like exploring caves, fighting monsters, blowing things up, playing mini games, or building awesome creations; Minecraft is a game for everyone.

3. Fallout 4

Fallout 4 takes place in a post-apocalyptic Boston where your character is tasked with finding their son, Shaun that has been kidnapped. Fallout 4 is a huge advancement from the previous games and allows you to build your own weapons, armour, and settlements. If you like shooting radioactive mutants, walking around in a giant suit of armour, and exploring a 1950's style world then maybe Fallout 4 is the game for you.

2. Grand Theft Auto 5

GTA 5 is an open world game where your job is to become a millionaire by stealing car, robbing banks, selling drugs and doing anything illegal to get rich. The game has become extremely popular because of the nearly limitless amount of things to do and doing it all with your friends. If you want to do extremely illegal things but not pay the consequences for it, then GTA 5 is your go to.

1. Skyrim

If you aren't living under a rock in the middle of no where then you've probably heard of Skyrim. Skyrim is by far the most massive, beutiful and fun RPG ever created. In skyrim you are the Dragonborn; a hero born to rid the dragons of old legends from Tamriel. This game is great because of the character development, endless dungeons to explore, advanced AI characters, and deadly dragons to kill. Skyrim is made by the same developers that made Fallout 4, so if you want a fantasy version of Fallout 4, its right here for you.

This has been our top ten best video games that we think you will love, if you think something was missing or didn't belong or you just want to talk about video games leave a comment.

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