6 Massive Video Games That Sinks Up A Lot Of Time

“Should I go to bed?” OR “Should I have just one more game?”

I am pretty sure this thing happened to you if you love playing video games. The neverending war with nighttime and gaming is still going on. I personally go for gaming for some obvious reasons. Well, We all have experienced this before only because of some games and today we are counting those EVIL games that won’t let you stop.


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Even with its stumbles, the initial release of Destiny is a colossal achievement in interactive design, integrating a number of different genre elements into a smart and unified whole. Bungie’s latest futuristic opus is one of the first true event games of this new generation, and while it still has room to grow, it’s worth your attention right out of the gate. – Game Informer
Destiny isn’t just set in space, it an allegory of space. It is beautiful and fascinating, but oh so cold and immense, and the past engulfs everything. – Guardian
Destiny suffers from a serious case of rough edges. A number of elements, from the repetitive mission design to a weak early game, are a lot rougher than expected from an otherwise polished game. There isn’t one glaring problem that detracts from the experience, but a number of minor issues hurt the game. Beneath those flaws lies an extremely enjoyable MMO-styled shooter that plays excellently looks great, is extremely addictive, and has a strong and varied endgame. – Worth Playing


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Rocket League may only feel like a glorified minigame, but its wild, tense, and fast-paced gameplay makes it one of PS4’s best multiplayer experiences to date. – GamingTrend
Rocket League is a pure videogame defined by an excellent mixture of its mechanics. It’s extremely fun, addictive, one of the best competitive experiences of this year on PS4. – Atomix
Rocket League does everything needed to create a kick ass sports game. It’s simple enough to learn the mechanics in a few minutes, but also complicated enough to require several hours of play to understand the finer details. Those hours will certainly fly by. – Gamer.no


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A gigantic world, intriguing story, enjoyable combat and quest overload… that’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. An action RPG fan’s dream come true. – PSX-Sense.nl
Its shockingly cohesive world is as beautiful as it is demanding, and it’s packed full of mature content that throws you from one emotional response to the next. Its storytelling is superb, its combat is grippingly refined, and its often unforgiving nature only lends itself to a brilliantly rewarding experience. – Push Square
The amount of content we find in The Witcher 3 is outstanding, as is its quality. It is true that there are some aspects of some room for improvement, but it delivers such a rich and unique universe that you will soon forget about them. – Vandal



Would a game like this ultimately steal months of my life, like some bigger titles? No. But it is super fun to play as the casual – yet deep – game that it is. – COGconnected
OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood takes everything that made the original great and improves on it. It’s intricate, stylish and a blast to play, setting the standard for what a sequel should be. – We Got This Covered
Developer Roll7 delivers a sequel that makes the original unattractive and boring in comparison. With an awesome art style, great level design and the inclusion of manuals this game is a blast to play. – Level7.nu


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FIFA 18 does everything FIFA 17 did, but better. The Return of Alex Hunter is a much-improved version of last year mode and turns out to be a must play for everyone who owns this game. Visuals are stunning but gameplay is still the king on the best game of the most played sport of the world. – SomosXbox
Ultimately, FIFA 18 introduces enough new ideas to suggest it’s not sitting on the laurels of its success. However, it’s a simplified experience, one that fails to embrace the complexity of football at the highest level. Its focus on attack makes for spectacular matches, but they often feel like extravagant offensive training sessions than a proper match with depth and strategy. – IGN


GTA Online is good, then – properly great, even, when everything comes together – but not as good as I suspect it’s one day going to be. – IGN

Grand Theft Auto Online is never a boring game. I never know quite what the next five minutes will bring, and in any given moment, I might be thrilled or frustrated, or both, but I’m always engaged. But because everything is so chaotic and disjointed, I can only spend a little time in its world before I need to leave Los Santos behind and return to a place where I feel like my actions might actually mean something. – Gamespot

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#5 Massive Video Games That Sinks Up A Lot Of Time