5 Magnificent Video Game Released In The Year 2005

Check out the best games released in the year 2004. In this series, I compile some of the greatest games released in last 17 years. We have started from 2000 and will end the series in the year 2017. Counting down the best of the best video games released last 17 years.

So without any further a do let’s head right into best video game released in 2005. A new article will be posted soon covering the best games released in 2006. 



It is by far the best single player action experience you are going to find on the PS2 this year – and the best Resident Evil game since “Resident Evil 2.” – GameShark

Clocking in at over 25 hours of gameplay (if you’ve never played before), RE4 never once bogs down in rehash or mindless repetition, managing to keep the pace on “alert” from start to finish which is a most impressive feat considering most two hour movies can’t sustain that level of suspense. – Cheat Code Central

It’s easily one of the top 10 PlayStation 2 games you can lay your hands on. For me, it’s probably one of my top 10 games of all-time. There’s so much to enjoy, and even though PS2’s visuals aren’t quite as good as they were on GCN, my jaw still drops at the art design and how immersive the worlds are. – IGN


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The complete package, and I believe it’s the best game on the PS2. The gameplay is gripping and the story is so good, my wife wouldn’t let me play through the end of the game without her present. – Gaming Age
God of War’s control and combo scheme is as much a work of art as the game’s presentation, which rivals a Hollywood sand-and-sandals epic. And you rarely find puzzles this clever and well integrated in other hack-n-slash adventures. – Electronic Gaming Monthly
God of War is a stylish, gory and challenging action game that rewards you for skill and persistence. One of the best action titles to be released on the PlayStation 2 so far. – GameSpot AU



No longer is there just one way to solve a treacherous night mission before the enemy picks up your audio signature: stealth will pay off just as well as good old-fashioned ultraviolence. – Maxim Online

The formula has been tweaked to an almost perfect mix of story and engrossing gameplay that still requires more use of brain over brawn… The presentation is off the charts with mesmerizing visuals and audio production, both of which have a major impact on how you play – TeamXbox

Subjectivity aside, on a pure bang to buck ratio Chaos Theory comes out tops, but as we’re all too aware, there’s no accounting for taste (or skill, you light-loving frag-fanatics). – Jolt Online Gaming UK



These battles are INSPIRED. Seriously. Take your favorite boss fight from each of your favorite games, and imagine them mashed together into one incredibly breathtaking environment that requires you to think, explore, and ultimately act. – Gaming Age

This game is a true masterpiece, comparable to only a handful of incredible games…The gamer who has the patience and courage to plunge into the game will, without a doubt, find a truly wonderful experience, of such impact that it will live in his or her memory forever. – Just RPG

Everything that an epic adventure needs to be. Memorable enemies, a story that allows the player to use their imagination, tight controls, and one of the most impressive soundtracks of recent note. – RewiredMind



A game with this much depth, this much strategy, this much replayability, and multiplayer is totally unheard of in this space. Civilization IV stands alone. No fan of strategy games should leave this on store shelves. – GameSpy

Firaxis have managed to thoroughly overhaul one of the classic games of all time and drag it up from its dark ages into the renaissance era. Even with its speedier gameplay Civ IV will be the cause of many sleepless nights and damaged relationships. – Play.tm

Between the multitude of challenges that players must overcome in the single player campaign, the mods that can be made and played with the included World Builder and the ever-changing multiplayer scene, we’re happy to say that Civilization IV should hold the attention of the strategy gamer for months to come. – My Gamer

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