10 Games You Won’t Regret Playing

Pc games are another world in themselves, ranging from barely visible characters to highly detailed ones(some even pick their nose nowadays). We all love playing games, right? And there are some games out there that we can never forget playing. Some of these games are almost from the 90s, but yet we play and love them till date. So here is the list of those amazing games that we can never forget. So lets start with 10 Games You Won’t Regret Playing

1. Grand Theft Auto: V

Grand Theft V

Grand Theft Auto V tops the list of these games, and you know why. The immersive open-world gameplay of GTA V players let them sink right in the game. The game offers two modes: Online and Offline, the online mode lets users play the game with their friends. You can do heists, rob banks, or take a road trip through the entire world of the game. The game is pretty darn good, and it’s kind of get out of hand once you start installing mods.

2. Road Rash

Road Rash

Road rash is one of the most loved games of the 90s. Launched in September 1991, this game is one of the first games about which people were crazy for real. The graphics for that time being – amazing, people often get old school vibes while playing the game. The game is an absolute gem for the gaming industry and the gamers themselves.

3. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the most loved game of the action-roleplay genre. People just loved this game so much that it went to bag several awards. The game is an open-world game that has a lot of side quests along with the main storyline of the game. You will find yourself attached to the game. The game is immersive to that extent that you may keep mumbling its dialogues even long after you complete the game.

4. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds

Hell, if I even have to tell you something about this one, you seriously need help. This game is out of the world, there’s a lot of alternatives to this game, but PUBG will always be the first choice to survival genre fans.

5. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Released in 2004, this action-adventure game was a blast. People just loved it, the successor of GTA Vice City, GTA SA was considered ahead of its time. The main protagonist as Carl Johnson, who five years ago escaped from the pressures of life in Los Santos, returning to create chaos in the city of Los Santos with drugs, mafia, and hood fights.

6. Call of Duty Series


Call of Duty is a first-person shooter video game. Starting out in 2003, it first focused on games set in World War II, but over time, the series has seen games set in modern times, the midst of the Cold War, futuristic worlds, and outer space. The game is an absolute love. Gamers went crazy over this series, and as a fact, the series has always been in the most anticipated games. And the World War series is just pure love. The ways it’s presented in the game, and there’s no doubt in saying that they had made a milestone for others.

7. Need For Speed Series

The racing genre game that made an impression on its audience. The Need For Speed series is the ultimate heaven for racing genre fans. With the ton loads of cars, ranging from Mustangs to Lamborghinis, the game is an ultimate place for those for who love to live their lives one-quarter mile at a time

8. Watch Dogs

Set in a world where technology is used against people by giant tech companies to earn more and more by using their private data against them. The protagonist of both parts are set to do all the wrongs right.Having a techy vibe with it, Watchdogs is a remarkable open-world game

9. Prototype

Prototype is an open world action-adventure video game developed by Radical Entertainment and published by Activision. The game, released on June 9, 2009. Set in Manhattan, the game follows a powerful amnesiac shapeshifter named Alex Mercer who must stop an outbreak of Redlight, a plague that mutates individuals into hideous violent monsters. During his quest, Alex tries to uncover his past while also coming into conflict with both the US military and a black operations force called Blackwatch. Compared to Watch Dogs, this game is in another world.

10. Tom Clancy’s Series

Having the most realistic graphics and mechanics, the games are an absolute hit. Just like the Call of Duty series we mentioned earlier this game is really popular among gamers. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon is a series of military tactical shooter video games published by Ubisoft. In the series, the player is in charge of a fictional, newly conceived squad of U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers from Delta Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group stationed at Fort Bragg

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– The Urban Tau

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