5 Awesome First Person Shooter Video Games That We Still Play


FPS is probably the most popular video game of a genre of this decade and it’s no doubt because just look at the numbers and see for yourself. The Sales of series like Battlefield, COD are absolutely crazy. But in recent years we haven’t really got a perfect FPS game even though we loved Wolfenstein 2, DOOM, Battlefield 1 but there was just something missing. In My Opinion from 2010 – 2014 were the peak years of FPS games and today we are counting down our favorite FPS video games that we still play to this day!

BORDERLANDS 2

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Funnier and brilliant, Borderlands 2 is twice as good as the first episode was, something which isn’t always the case for sequels. But Gearbox Software manages to improve their IP in many ways, offering one of these titles you could not possibly forget to buy in 2012, and proposing new features that will allow players to blow off some steam for hours. – JeuxActu
If you like piles of guns, lots to do and shoot, and a robust leveling system with a natural coop multi-player aspect and aren’t put off by the cel shading, it’s a no-brainer. – GamingTrend
The one thing worth pointing out between the various platforms is how cool Borderlands 2 can look if you have an awesome PC. The PC version allows plenty of tweaks to draw distance, frame rate and more. – IGN

WOLFENSTEIN: THE NEW ORDER

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The New Order’s got all the workings of a classic shooter. But in their trip back to the well, Machine Games has brought all of its talents to bear. The New Order is held together, even rocketed beyond the basic sum of its smart levels and effective mechanics by its characters. That humanity takes what would be a good shooter and makes it something truly memorable. – Polygon
It’s a joyous, preposterous romp which sucks you in and takes you on a thoroughly enjoyable, surprisingly well-paced journey. Along the way, it even manages to hammer home the big advantage games have over films: that they can take “What if?” scenarios and explore them over a considerably longer period of time than two piffling hours. – Guardian
Thanks to the quality in both concept and function, this is one of the finest first-person-shooters I’ve ever played, and the best iteration of one of gaming’s most storied franchises. – GameCritics

 FAR CRY 3

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Far Cry 3 is important for the same reason as Far Cry 2. It’s a shooter that considers shooters thoughtfully, both in the way they’re designed and the way we play them, and then asks us to do the same. – IGN
Far Cry 3 is an excellent game, marred mainly by some irritating design elements and an inconsistent story that often defaults to generic “tribal” cliches to make an impact. – GameSpot
Far Cry 3 is an exceptional FPS with fun mechanics and excellent characterization. Unfortunately, it wastes a fair number of opportunities offered by its huge open-world background. Plus, the secondary activities are not as fun as they could have been, and the island is too extensive to be interesting in the long run. Anyway, this game has surprised us. – Eurogamer Italy

 HALO: REACH

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If you’re a fan of the Halo series and were a little disappointed with ODST and a little apprehensive in purchasing this title, don’t be. Bungie have redeemed themselves by not only creating an engaging and coercive story but have brought the game back to its roots and tweaked the gameplay, both offline and online to make this the definitive game of the series. – Impulsegamer
ODST could have been a clever little shimmy, but it came out a misstep. Reach brings us right back into the dance that hooked us nine years ago, introduces some cool new steps, and leaves us twirling in enchantment as Bungie graciously bows out. Just keep twirling, Spartan. – Joystiq
In closing, Halo Reach is a must have title for any fan of the series (which by now, you should know if you are or not) and even if you aren’t a fan of the previous titles you may find that the lengths Bungie have gone to refine their formula will now win you over. – Console Monster

 CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II

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A truly complete gaming package. The multiplayer game is excellent, the expanded Zombies mode is an enjoyable and very welcome addition, and the single player campaign is a fun ride that will have you yelling “Josephina!” at random times for weeks to come. About the only miss is the addition of the Strike Force missions, but they don’t drag down the overall experience with them. – Gamers’ Temple
This game feels like Call of Duty which means its a good shooter. However it has some bugs and its innovative but not really innovative. Do you understand? Its a good shooter but its not the best game this year. – XGN
This time around, Treyarch was seriously devoted into the creation of a plot that emphasized the importance of characters and storytelling. For multiplayer fans, new modes like League Play, CODcasting and being able to live stream their games on YouTube is enough to get them excited. And, on top of that, a revamped zombies mode is there for any co-operative shooter lover. – GameOver.gr
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#5 Awesome First Person Shooter Video Games That We Still Play
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