5 Strange Yet Addictive Video Games


Video games are meant to be addictive right? Well not really but some developers just makes games too good and too addictive and thus players fall into the trap of endless hours into a game that you will never get tired of! Today we are counting down some really STRANGE yet addictive video games

Guitar Hero

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Replicating the playing of an actual guitar was no easy task, but Harmonix pulled it off with flying colors. – XGP Gaming
Besides the enormous song library, you get an incredibly fun controller that helps make you feel like you’re really rocking the Casbah to a sold-out audience. – GamePro
With simple yet addictive gameplay, a unique input device, above-average visuals for the genre, and a carefully crafted aural component, Guitar Hero’s hefty MSRP is the only obstacle in recommending this game straight out. – Gamer’s Hell

Stellaris

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This ain’t your grandfather’s space strategy game. Stellaris opens up a whole new perspective on galactic conquest, and in doing so sets the bar for the genre for years to come. – IGN Italia
Stellaris is simply wonderful. If you enjoy grand strategy games then you’ll love this. If you don’t then this could be the one to change your mind. If you’ve been too intimidated to try the genre before now, then here’s your ideal starting point. – GameWatcher
 Stellaris is immense, so deep and complex that sometimes is hard to picture all its possibilities. Without a doubt, this is a great game with a lot of love and effort put into it, and the potential to steal many hours of our time. – Vandal

Kerbal Space Program

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A perfect blend of science and slapstick, and a robust and compelling sandbox of possibility. Simply outstanding. – PC Gamer
 You don’t often get the sense of achievement and exploration Kerbal Space Program offers for its price-tag. After you manage to get around the learning curve you’ll find an immensely educational and fun game. You can’t truly call yourself a space enthusiast and miss out on that one. After all, how hard can rocket science be? – Ragequit.gr
Even the smallest accomplishments feel like massive victories, and once you experience that euphoria, you won’t want to quit. – Destructoid

Simple Rancher

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Slime Rancher has the ability to keep you hooked for hours; I often looked out over my ranch, felt pride at my accomplishments, and eagerly ventured back into the wilderness to see what other strange things I could find. – Game Informer
 While it moves at a frantic pace at times, it is quite relaxing and cathartic. And although sometimes repetitive, apart from those inevitable moments where the task at hand begins to wear its welcome between major expansions or discoveries, Slime Rancher is an utter, charming delight to play. – Destructoid
I absolutely loved Slime Rancher, from the colourful start to the bittersweet ending that literally had me sobbing—something that is quite hard for video games to achieve. – CGMagazine

Hotline Miami

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It’s a puzzle game and a strategy game as much as an action game, then, and like Rockstar’s Manhunt, it will sicken you even as it provides its murky thrills. – Edge Magazine
Those looking for a challenge in planning, reflexes and dexterity – and those with the intestinal fortitude to witness the scads of gruesome deaths that result – will be well served by Hotline Miami. – Joystiq
 Hotline Miami is the rare breed of game that feels as smart as it is bloody. It is unabashedly gratuitous, but there’s a context to its mayhem that escapes most ultra-violent operas. There’s really nothing quite like it: its unique blend of tactics, tension and a cracked-out fiction bleed together to form a coherent experience that is equal parts cool and disturbing. – Thunderbolt
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