Released just last year, Sorath’s indie hit is reminiscent of 90s FPS games like Doom and Quake. It sends you to the deepest pits of hell to fight against a swarm of demonic entities. The goal is to survive. With waves of terrifying creatures spawning around you, you’ll make use of reflexes and spatial awareness to survive the dimly lit arenas. The whole game just oozes with the bloody and glitchy reds of your fiendish opponents. If there’s one thing it did right, it’s definitely the creepy environment. With your daggers at the ready, prepare for a gruelling ride to hell. It has a PlayScore of 8.65 10. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Of course, how could we make an FPS list without any one of DICE’s classic Battlefield titles. And, at five years old, Bad Company 2 is still renowned as (arguably) the best of the entire series. Packed with impressive sound design and destructible environments, this battlefield felt like the most realistic one yet. Ride around the ashen lands with cars and helicopters, and discover the sweet thrills of the specialized Rush mode.
While the multiplayer mode isn’t as effective as before, it still remains as one unforgettable war experience. It has a PlayScore of 8.67. 9. Far Cry 3 Newly licensed pilot, Jason Brody, was having the time of his life until a skydiving trip with his friends lands him on an Island ruled by one of Far Cry’s most iconic villains yet: Vaas Montenegro. When he’s not telling you the definition of insanity, he’s out making everyone’s life miserable. Far Cry 3 pumps up the volume on the open world elements of the franchise. Travel to the sunny greens of Bangkok’s tropical island, and face off against its dangerous wildlife and deadly tribesmen. The world is literally your playground. Take over watchtower stations, slay pirates, and save your friends. Or don’t. With the game’s multiple endings, the choice is yours. It has a PlayScore of 8.7. 8. Doom A rebirth of a series that had its last release more than a 10 years ago.
Our favorite Doomguy returns to bring terror and destruction to the poor, poor demons ravaging Mars. The game still has the same elements from the previous titles but the shooting, killing and gore have been amplified to a phenomenal degree. The birth of high-definition gameplay makes the game a magnitude clearer and faster than its predecessors. It’s not the same pixelated classic players know before. Gameplay includes multiplayer, which by far, is the weakest feature in the game. Nonetheless, the shooting and killing is still the best part of this release. It has a PlayScore of 8.72 7. Unreal Tournament 2004 Hearing the words “Godlike”, “Double Kill” and “Triple Kill” was among the best things about Epic Games’ revolutionary shooter. It’s set in a desolated world craving for a new source of entertainment. Thus, the Unreal Tournament was born. Now on it’s 10th year, follow a man’s story as he enters the tournament in a battle to the death.