Go down and down and down because this game receives a PlayScore of 8.92 12. Pony Island Daniel Mullins strange indie puzzler. Step cautiously into this eerie, metaficitonal game that is very aware of its existence as a game. While that usually leads to some funny, breaking the fourth wall-type interactions, this game takes the road less traveled–dealing a few bursts of psychological horror with a side of ardent curiosity. Jump over some hurdles, get to the finish line, earn huge amounts of experience, and find yourself in a spiral of confusion… and despair. We don’t have to say much, we’ll keep you surprised. It receives a PlayScore of 8.93 11. Pac-Man Championship Edition DX + Gear up and return to the circular jaws of our adorable little monster in a classic improvement of its original. Get ready to chomp more ghosts as you pile them up in the most ridiculous ways. Beat your friends’ score on the US Casinos Guide leaderboards and prove them who’s the chomping master. But it doesn’t have to stop there, play around its various new features such as new layouts, courses, and an infernal arcade mode.
Go Paku-Paku as this game receives a PlayScore of 8.94 10. Super Hexagon Yes, this is action. The fact that you’re constantly moving your fingers in high-speed makes it more than enough. Boost your PC’s volume because this game will have you scrambling through every level. Engage yourself in the adrenaline-pumping action, guiding your arrow around a maze of dizzying hexagons. Its minimalist design takes nothing from its fast-paced gameplay. White knuckle your way out of its high-tempo environment that will leave you gasping for air. It receives a PlayScore of 8.96 9. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Action and RPG. Todd Howard’s lovechild calls you again and again to venture into the beautiful world of Skyrim. Slay dragons, make peace with kingdoms, loot houses, and get smacked by a giant. This 6-year old game may have shown its age, but its continuous Modding and open-ended adventure delights players in many ways possible. BUY THE GAME!!! It receives a PlayScore of 9.02 8. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Two V games in a row.
Experience Metal Gear Solid like no other. Before there were Nanomachines and evil Senators, there was Venom Snake and his vengeance. The fifth major and final entry of the MGS series goes open-world and boy, oh, boy it’s amazing. Use your mastercrafted tactical espionage skills against your enemies and rebuild your mother base from the ground up. It receives a PlayScore of 9.02 7. Borderlands 2 Improving in so many ways compared to its original. The open-world fps welcomes you back into the brash, cel-shaded world of Pandora, now packed with a whole new story, and an upgraded class system. Also returning are their stunning visuals and random-generated loot and trademark brand of humor. While they’ve taken a turn to a more dark and gritty narrative, their well-written enemies and side characters are always ready to step in.