6 Fun Games Where You Get To Absolutely Wreck Shit

Being a goody two shoes in a video game is can be fun don’t get me wrong, but when a game comes along where we get to stray from the norm and do things that we usually only think about doing, it is an absolutely exhilarating feeling that is addictive after you experience it for the first time. We all love a game where we get to destroy things and if you say you don’t you’re clearly a liar but this article is for those who are honest at heart and are in tune with their destructive side so let’s do a rundown of five games where you get to absolutely destroy things.

Battlefield 1


I’m absolutely impressed by every aspect of Battlefield 1. While it’s easy to think that the weapons and machines available to a game based on the first World War might feel like a step back for military shooters, I think you’ll be surprised by how exciting and modern Battlefield 1 still manages to feel. –Gaming Age

DICE takes aim with Battlefield 1 and it ends up being a jackpot. It couldn’t be a better game taking into consideration the limitations imposed due to the game taking place during WWI. It offers some of the best maps ever seen in the franchise. Tons of charisma for a franchise that stands tall against the dictatorship of sci-fi and double jump. –LaPS4

The blessing and curse of Battlefield 1 is that it is another well-polished entry in a series that clearly follows a sacred gameplay formula. Fans who have enjoyed the series thus far will find the same enjoyment in this latest entry, and aspects of World War I have clearly been carefully curated and incorporated into the game. However, it does feel that the series is playing things too safe. As good as the multiplayer is, I’m hopeful that future entries will take more risk. In the meantime, Battlefield 1 is another great offering that follows the series’ enjoyable gameplay template. –Worth Playing

Red Faction: Guerrilla


We don’t know how many houses, blockades and towers we’ve destroyed while playing the game, but it never got boring. If the game had a much better story, it would have been a huge hit. But it’s still a very good game. –GameStar

As I said at the end of the console review, while the game may not do everything right, it’s your best bet for free-form demolition and unpretentious entertainment. –IGN
Surprisingly, it has a lot of life to it. For a game built largely around the “blow sh.t up” gimmick, you’d expect it to lose steam after a few hours, but Guerrilla stays entertaining through most of the game, only tapering slightly toward the conclusion. –Thunderbolt

Just Cause 3

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It’s a solid and light-hearted game that offers a sprawling open-world playground for you to explore and destroy in as many creative and humorous ways as you can imagine. There are bugs that need to be addressed, it lacks the depth of other games in its genre, and it can be repetitive over long periods of play, but in short bursts of a couple of hours or so there’s no hiding from the fact that being given the freedom to blow things up to your heart’s content provides some of the most chaotic fun you’ll find on the Xbox One right now. –TrueAchievements

Those that found JC2 underwhelming or repetitive won’t find much to change their mind here, but for fans like myself that simply can’t get enough destruction, Just Cause 3 delivers on all levels. –ZTGD

Uncharted 4

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It is rip-roaring stuff. There is no great illusion here; any risk that may have been associated with Nathan Drake’s introduction a decade ago has long gone, swept away in a tide of crowd-pleasing spectacle. But Uncharted 4’s swagger makes it easy to succumb to the ride, its craftsmanship, sense of adventure and willingness to open up to its players providing a potent sugar-rush of popcorn gaming pleasure. –Telegraph

A performance of power. Naughty Dog realizes their profound technical ability, showcases a relationship between gorgeous locales and engaging level design, and executes a progressive yet agile and animated narrative. The viability of Uncharted’s action—safe but nimble platforming and brisk cover-based shooting parallel to limitless coincidences and explosions—can feel out of sync with 2016, but A Thief’s End is easily the best it has ever been. –Digital Chumps



Games like Skyrim or GTA love talk about open worlds, but it seems, that so far only Minecraft has truly embraced this principle. (…) This here is your story, that you simultaneously write and experience. All at your own pace. –Eurogamer Germany

Meanwhile, Minecraft, with all its flaws and quirks, has already joined Super Mario Brothers, Wolfenstein 3D, and Tetris in the pantheon of games that prototyped an entire genre. –1UP

Now that it’s finally “finished,” Minecraft stands as a remarkable achievement – not only a well-rounded gaming experience, but a chance for players to experiment, explore freely and reshape their environment to an almost ludicrous level. If you own a computer and haven’t given Minecraft a try, you’re missing one of the most unique experiences of this generation. –GamesRadar+

Crackdown 2


Call it Crackdown 2, Crackdown 1.5, or if you’re really snide, a Crackdown expansion pack, but no matter how you slice it, Crackdown 2 is a fun game that’s exceptionally playable and enjoyable even if it’s not as original as it could be had the game received more development time. – Gaming Target
Fans that loved the original and cherish the idea of being able to relive the experiences with more friends will find everything they could have hoped for, but for those excited for the next step in the series will find that Crackdown 2 hasn’t moved very far at all. – Console Monster
The biggest issue with Crackdown 2 is that it feels more like Crackdown 1½ than anything else. More new stuff and more variation would’ve been needed for higher grades. But in the end, it’s still good fun to become a super agent and save the world with up to three friends online. – Gamereactor Sweden

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