The games that we play (Part 2)

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The games that we play (Part 2)

Call of Duty Black Ops

Price: $49.99

Description: Call of Duty Black Ops

An installment in one of the most successful modern-day franchises, Call of Duty: Black Ops is an exceptionally realistic and intense first-person shooter. The player goes on Cold War missions in Russia, Cuba, Laos and Vietnam as a covert operative. Judging from the stunning graphics, visceral action and varied gameplay, it’s easy to see why Call Of Duty is so popular. And once you’re bored of the single-player mode, you can go up against others in the multiplayer mode.


Crysis 2

Price: $19.43

Description: Crysis 2

Boasting jaw dropping visuals, Crysis 2 is a first-person shooter set in a ruined New York, which is under martial law following an alien attack. The player takes a central role in reclaiming the Big Apple, working with a team of commandos whose nanosuits imbue them with superhuman powers. Offering a story as striking as the graphics, Crysis 2 is a showcase of PC action gaming. 


Fallout: New Vegas

Price: $24

Description: Fallout: New Vegas

In 2008, publisher Bethesda Softworks revived the nuclear wastelands of the Fallout series with the release of Fallout 3. Featuring a huge environment filled with characters and places to explore, the follow-up, Fallout:

New Vegas, is thoroughly engrossing. Although it’s a role-playing game, it also has first-person action combat sequences. This works well, delivering satisfying results.


Mass Effect 2

Price: $19.20

Description: Mass Effect 2

Is it a shoot-’em-up or a role-playing game? Mass Effect 2 is both. It not only vastly expands the first game’s cast of characters and the scope of the sci-fi story, but also adds prettier graphics, tighter combat and frequently presents you with moral decisions. Although veterans of the original will be more familiar with the story’s background, new players will quickly get up to speed.



Price: $20

Description: Minecraft

Minecraft, the ultimate sandbox game, gives the player an infinitely deep box of virtual Lego bricks for building pretty much anything. Whether that’s castles and statues, electronic calculators, replicas of the Starship Enterprise or just a simple safe house in which to survive a night of zombie attacks, Minecraft makes the hours fly by.


Red Faction: Guerrilla

Price: $15.29

Description: Red Faction: Guerrilla

Although this third-person shooter has a clear objective - your task is to topple a totalitarian regime on Mars - the open environment of Red Faction: Guerrilla lets you stomp off and do your own thing. The formula effectively allows you to get to grips with the weapons and environments. Great graphics, destructible environments and a high degree of ‘Wow, I can’t believe I can do that!’ make this game a winner.



Price: $15

Description: Rift

Rift, a massively multiplayer online game, has quickly garnered a fervent following. Featuring four customisable classes, the game offers a heady mix of questing and dungeon crawling in a vast and beautiful environment. A game that will easily consume weeks and months of play time as you level up your character and earn ever-more powerful gear. Rift provides a constantly changing experience.


StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty

Price: $44.99

Description: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty

The original StarCraft, a military game in a sci-fi setting, is the most successful ever real-time strategy title. In Wings of Liberty, fans get most of the things they loved about StarCraft, and plenty of new features. Players command armies of specialised units and use them to wage war with other players or a computer opponent across a wide variety of landscapes. StarCraft II is tactical, strategic and creative - a war game unlike any other.                                                                                                



Price: $14.49

Description: Torchlight

Torchlight marries the whacking of loot-filled monsters with terrific dungeon-crawling action. Players roam in randomly generated dungeons, killing enemies and fulfilling quests. Torchlight stands out not only for its sense of humour, but also for including a pet that fights alongside you and that can instantly return to town to sell off items – a handy feature. It’s compulsive.


Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II

Price: $29.99

Description: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II

Set in the futuristic Warhammer 40,000 universe, where human Space Marines battle Orks, the elf-like Eldar and the bioengineered Tyrannid. Dawn of War II alters the real-time strategy formula by eliminating resource gathering and unit building. Instead, the player starts with a set number of customisable units, supplemented by friendly units on the battlefield. Gameplay is intuitive and fun, and it quickly teaches you to become a sophisticated tactician.


World of Tanks

Price: $17.26

Description: World of Tanks

Developed in Belarus, this is the best tank warfare game we’ve tried. Players jump into an American, German or Russian World War II tank and enter battles where two teams of 15 fights for survival. Success yields credits that let you upgrade your tank or buy a more powerful one. The game requires you to use the tactical thought and strategy of a tank commander. With its fantastic graphics, superb battlefields and impressive selection of historically accurate tanks, World of Tanks is highly recommended.

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm


Description: World of Warcraft: Cataclysm

World of Warcraft is the most successful massively multiplayer role-playing game in existence. Recently overhauled with the Cataclysm expansion, it features a huge world, customisable characters and a bewildering amount of things to do. Whether you want to explore, collect virtual items, fight other players or just hang out, the game has something for everyone. And now with its free-to-play option, you have no excuse not to try World of Warcraft.


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