The 50 best games in the world of all time

2
The 50 best games in the world of all time
The 50 best games in the world of all time

Preparing a list of the best games of all time is not easy. With so many remarkable titles in the history of video games, there is always one or another historical game that is left out.

From GTA to Mario, from Tetris to Skyrim, from Street Fighter to Minecraft, video games have been around us for years, amusing us and continuing to evolve.

50. Tetris

tetris
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year: 1984
  • Platforms: Originally for PC and then for Game Boy and NES
  • Genre: Unique !!

Developed by a Russian computer scientist, Tetris has been a worldwide phenomenon since its launch. The most famous puzzle in the world was released by Nintendo in 1989 for the Super Nintendo and GameBoy consoles, which further increased the game’s absurd success.

With extremely simple and addictive gameplay, Tetris is a timeless game that is present on basically all gaming platforms.

“If Tetris taught me anything, it is that mistakes accumulate and achievements disappear.”

49. Rock Band

98 Rock Band
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2007
  • Platforms : Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and Wii
  • Genre : Musical

Rock Band is the music game par excellence and, for rock lovers, a must-have experience. At a time when SingStar and Guitar Hero stood out, the feat of Rock Band was bold in expanding the idea. The game invites four players to be guitarist, drummer, bassist and singer and to make an incredible repertoire of classic songs of the genre. It was a success!

48. The Sims 4

Best games of all time
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2014
  • Platforms : PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One
  • Genre : Life simulator

The most famous life simulator in the world, The Sims has established itself further in its fourth title. With numerous expansions, the game offers a multitude of customization options for you to create a family the way you want. What started out with a simple life simulator now allows you to create vampires, monsters, aliens and much, much more.

47. Resident Evil 2 (Remake)

64 Resident Evil 2 Remake
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2019
  • Platforms : PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
  • Genre : Survival and Horror

A lesson on how to improve a game. The remake of one of the biggest hits in the Resident Evil series, Resident Evil 2 Remake brilliantly recreated all aspects of the old game while retaining the essence of horror, exploration, survival and puzzles, and even including some new elements that do not detract from the experience at all. classic. Definitely one of the best remakes in history!

46. ​​Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

89 Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2007
  • Platforms : PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Wii and Nintendo DS
  • Genre : FPS

Before becoming a saga focused on the multiplayer experience, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare already masterfully offered a great single-player experience and also online. With great mechanics, comfortable gameplay and incredible graphics, the game has an extremely fun campaign, in addition to several modes and maps for multiplayer modes. One of the best shooters of all time.

45. Super Metroid

6 Super Metroid
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 1994
  • Platforms : SNES
  • Genre : Platform, Action & Adventure

One of those responsible for the genre that today called “Metroidvania”, Super Metroid has gained incomparable recognition and reception for being a challenging but not frustrating game. With high freedom of exploration, the game forces us to think carefully about our routes and each won and power-up match won is rewarding. Decades later, Super Metroid is still the benchmark.

44. Chrono Trigger

17 Chrono Trigger
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 1995
  • Platforms : SNES, PlayStation 1, Nintendo DS, iOS, Android and PC
  • Genre : RPG

Chrono Trigger is an incredible game that has an extremely original story for the time. You take charge of a time-traveling group, and the actions of the past influence the future. This makes different endings exist and gives the game a high level of replayability. Even with very simple mechanics, the game does not require more than that to deserve a place on that list.

43. StarCraft II

16 StarCraft II
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Departure year : 2010
  • Platforms : PC
  • Genre : Real-time strategy

As for real strategy games, StarCraft is another one of the most prestigious sagas in the industry. StarCraft II refines what worked well in the first game. Definitely a must-have game for fans of the genre, especially those who don’t mind taking a long time to master the mechanics of the game, since Starcraft II is far from an easy game.

42. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2

15 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2000
  • Platforms : PlayStation 1, PC, Dreamcast, Xbox, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo 64 and iOS
  • Genre : Sport

Did you feel the nostalgia there? With so many action titles, RPGs, FPS and so on, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 still deserves a place on that list. The game is without a doubt the best skate game of all time and puts us in the shoes of a skater, professional or fictional, and challenges us to improve until we become the best in the world. There are countless tricks and acrobatics that earn us more points and, with that, we unlock more levels and characters.

41. God of War

20 God of War
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2018
  • Platforms : PlayStation 4
  • Genre : Action & Adventure

God of War knew how to reinvent itself in 2018 to the point of being recognized as one of the best games of the year and on the console. Kratos is better than ever and on a new adventure in Nordic lands, but with the same fury well known by his fans. The cinematic value is greater than ever and, although the gameplay is different from the usual, it is excellent in all aspects!

40. Metal Gear Solid

27 Metal Gear Solid
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 1998
  • Platforms : PlayStation 1
  • Genre : Stealth, Action & Adventure

Metal Gear Solid won the attention of the world for its excellent gameplay, scenes worthy of films and a storyline that makes you want to know the characters in more detail. Each level must be played intelligently and anticipating enemy movements. The graphics were shocking at the time, but the most impressive was, and still are, the memorable boss fights.

39. Super Mario Odyssey

30 Super Mario Odyssey
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2017
  • Platforms : Nintendo Switch
  • Genre : Platform

An open-world Super Mario game. Boom! But it is clear that this alone is not enough. The game managed to take to the next level everything that Mario Galaxy already offered. There are countless levels in 3D and 2D in the different realms that you need to overcome using the classic and new mechanics introduced in this title. In addition, the game has breathtaking graphics scenarios.

38. Gran Turismo 2

35 Gran Turismo 2
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 1999
  • Platforms : PlayStation 1
  • Genre : Racing

Gran Turismo 2 is a giant game. With a long list of pilgrims to complete, almost 650 vehicles to drive and a repertoire of dream circuits for a console like the first PlayStation. For any car lover, Gran Turismo 2 was a must-have title at the time. It also refined some of its physics compared to the first title.

37. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

42 Super Smash Bros Ultimate
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2018
  • Platforms : Nintendo Switch
  • Genre : Fighting

If you have a Nintendo Switch, buy Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Don’t ask, just buy. The game is one of the greatest fighting games ever made and has an incomparable cast of over 80 characters from various Nintendo and other titles. What other game can you play Pikachu against the cast of Fire Emblem? Or even Mario against the cast of Castlevania? Or Donkey Kong versus Ryu from Street Fighter? Or else … did you get it …

36. Quake

46 Quake
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 1996
  • Platforms : PC, Sega Saturn and Nintendo 64
  • Genre : FPS

Quake was one of those responsible for the success of the FPS. Its frantic pace and pure violence were its main differentials at the time and opened space for what would later be one of the most well-known titles in history: Quake III Arena.

35. Fallout 3

52 Fallout 3
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2008
  • Platforms : PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
  • Genre : RPG

Fallout 3 is one of the titans among open world games. Unprecedented freedom, non-linearity in enjoying the game from beginning to end, endless ways to develop your character and much, much more. It is not pleasant to wake up and discover that the world has been devastated by nuclear war, but with a game like this…

34. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

54 GTA San Andreas
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2004
  • Platforms : PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox, Xbox One, Android and iOS
  • Genre : Action & Adventure

Although already with GTA III and Vice City the saga has started to take off, San Andreas sent it to stardom and a podium that will hardly be stolen. CJ’s dangerous personal story invites us to meet many different characters and forge the protagonist the way we want. Will you be big and muscular? Or skinny and weak? If you have a single word to define San Andreas, that word is freedom.

33. Fire Emblem

57 Fire Emblem
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2003
  • Platforms : Game Boy Advance
  • Genre : RPG and strategy

Also known as Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, it was the first game in the series to be released in the West. By general consensus, it is not among the best in the series, but it must be recognized that the franchise has reached where it is thanks to this version. It’s a great game that challenges you to form the best team of fighters, develop them and win all the armies you face, all accompanied by a great story!

32. Crysis

59 Crysis
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2007
  • Platforms : PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3
  • Genre : FPS

Crysis is a tremendous shooting game that worked (and continues) as a reference for other games in the genre. The graphic advances achieved with this title have forced many to buy a new PC just to be able to enjoy its spectacular action scenes. His feat does not end there: the freedom of action and the way to approach each conflict has addicted thousands and has made Crysis become one of the most praised games in the world.

31. Monster Hunter: World

62 Monster Hunter World
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2018
  • Platforms : PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC
  • Genre : Action RPG

If you are looking for a monster hunting game, don’t hesitate and play Monster Hunter: World. It is a title with a lot of content and that is still expanding. The game encourages you to hunt with friends and, above all, it is necessary to create better weapons and armor. The creatures will spare no effort to cancel your contract, so you need to do your best!

30. Batman: Arkham City

67 Batman Arkham City
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2011
  • Platforms : PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One
  • Genre : Action, adventure and stealth

If we talk about superhero video games, Batman: Arkham City is the pinnacle. Due to its content, combat, stealth levels and character repertoire, it is no surprise that this game finds its place on many lists like this. The saga has set a very high standard for future superhero games, but luckily it will make them grow in quality!

29. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves

71 Uncharted 2 Among Thieves
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2009.
  • Platforms : PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4
  • Genre : Action, adventure and shooter

Nathan Drake, the protagonist of the Uncharted saga, is considered the male version of Lara Croft. Overall, Uncharted 2 turned out to be an excellent title in its own right. Beautiful settings, accessible gameplay, incredible graphics and animations, everything looks like a game mixed with film. The game is extremely fun and leads us to waste hours experiencing the adventures of the protagonist.

28. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos

80 Warcraft III Reign of Chaos
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2002
  • Platforms : PC
  • Genre : Real-time strategy

How not to remember one of the most memorable real-time strategy games of all? The fight between orcs and humans never ends, let alone with games as fun as this one. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos is one of the culprits for its universe being so prominent today, with an incredible campaign and an even better multiplayer, the game introduced us even more to the rich universe created by Blizzard.

27. Star Fox 64

90 Star Fox 64
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Year of launching : 1997
  • Platforms : Nintendo 64
  • Genre : Shooter and Action

Fox McCloud could not be missing from this list, let alone with a title as extraordinary as Star Fox 64. Many critics and players unanimously consider it one of the best games in history, and for good reason! The action in this shooting game is addictive, going through phases in the air, land and sea. Flying, dodging and destroying enemy vehicles has never been so much fun!

26. Contra III: The Alien Wars

99 Contra III The Alien Wars
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Year of launching : 1992
  • Platforms : SNES, Game Boy and Game Boy Advance
  • Genre : Run and Gun, Shoot’em Up

Contra III is one of the best 2D shooting games in history. Even with almost three decades of its release, it is considered by many to be synonymous with the genre Run and Gun. The story could not be more straightforward: an alien invasion threatens humanity and must be avoided with bullets and explosives that you have a lot. Contra III combines the side scrolling phases with other top view phases, all very challenging!

25. Goldeneye 007

goldeneye 007
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Year of launching: 1997
  • Platforms: Nintendo 64
  • Genre: FPS, Stealth

One of Nintendo’s greatest classics, Goldeneye 007 revolutionized the shooting games of the time by adding a portion of strategy and patience to the game to make progress in the game. If before the players only needed to hit their shots, now it was necessary to plan and wait for the best time to attack (or just keep looking).

24. Dota 2

Best MOBA games 2020
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 2013
  • Platforms : PC
  • Genre : MOBA

The franchise that put the MOBA genre on the map, Dota established the model used in basically all the MOBAs that came after. Its second version was launched in 2013 and keeps faithful players active until today. With more worked graphics and a slightly more complicated learning curve, Dota 2 caters to a different niche for players who prefer LoL.

Dota 2 also receives periodic updates, although more sparse than League of Legends. The game is also the MOBA that offers the biggest prize money in world championships.

23. Gears of War

gears of war
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year: 2006
  • Platforms: PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360
  • Genre: 3rd person shooting

Gears of War is a MANDATORY game for action lovers. The game mixes pure violence with the rich history of the planet Sera, created as well as other famous game universes, such as Hyrule or Mushroom Kingdom.

Although the game is not innovative in any way, its simple gameplay combined with incredible graphics and frantic action make Gears of War a captivating gore show .

Although the campaign mode is relatively short, the multiplayer mode makes up for it all.

22. Portal 2 (2011)

portal 2
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year: 2011
  • Platforms: PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360
  • Genre: Puzzle

The first Portal was a “concept game” that presented unprecedented puzzle mechanics. Valve’s success was even greater with Portal 2, which surpassed its predecessor in all aspects.

Great graphics, incredible soundtrack and perfect voice acting make Portal 2 one of the best games of all time. The storyline of the single player mode is incredible and the cooperative mode offers even more complex puzzles.

Portal 2 is a light game for those who like to spend time solving original and well-crafted puzzles.

21. Doom

doom
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year: 1993
  • Platforms: PC
  • Genre: FPS

Doom was responsible for the popularization of FPS games (first person shooter) and served as inspiration for several games of the genre. Nowadays the game is definitely one of the most famous titles in the world.

The 1993 Doom basically consisted of killing demons and getting out of the level. The game’s graphics were unsurpassed for the time and the enemy’s artificial intelligence was unprecedented.

The fact that Doom is still sold today (25 years after its release) speaks for itself.

20. Half-Life 2 (2004)

half-life2
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year: 2004
  • Platforms: PC, Xbox, Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Android
  • Genre: FPS

Half-Life 2 combines frantic action with a plot worthy of Stephen King. The story takes place a few years after the events of Half-Life, when the protagonist Gordon Freeman needs to free humanity from an alien invasion.

Half-Life 2 is so good that even if Half-Life 3 is never released to let us know the end of Gordon and Alex’s story, it will still be one of the best FPS (first person shooter) franchises in history.Advertisement

19. Counter-Strike

31 Counter-Strike
The 50 best games in the world of all time
  • Release year : 1999
  • Platforms : PC and Xbox
  • Genre : FPS

Competitive shooting games boomed largely because of Counter-Strike. The original CS opened the door to what is now one of today’s biggest electronic sports. The premise of the game is simple: a terrorist team must plant a bomb and make it explode, while anti-terrorists must prevent this from happening. The simple-to-understand but difficult-to-master gameplay remains the same today in its latest Global Offensive title.

18. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

18 Castlevania Symphony of the Night
  • Year of launching : 1997
  • Platforms : PlayStation 1, PSP, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Sega Saturn and Xbox 360
  • Genre : Platform, Adventure, Action RPG

The second responsible for the creation of Metroidvanias, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is a game that can be very well enjoyed today. The game puts you in a castle that you can explore little by little, making your way as you complete stages and unlock skills. That is why the elements of RPG take on greater importance in this chapter that revolutionized the saga and laid the foundation for future games of the genre.

17. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (1991)

zelda link to the past
  • Year of launching: 1991
  • Platforms: SNES and Game Boy Advance
  • Genre: Adventure and RPG

To this day, one of the best RPGs out there. The Legend of Zelda: A link to the past was responsible for establishing the universe of Hyrule that we love today.

The game perfectly balances the rhythm of the dungeons with the exploration of the scenery. In addition, the freedom that the game offered was unprecedented for the time. The open world had a thousand secrets on every corner, which could only be discovered when you found the necessary items.

It was in A Link to the Past that some illustrious elements of the Zelda world were presented, such as Ocarina, the famous puzzle game solved, etc.

16. Final Fantasy VII

final fantasy
  • Year of launching: 1997
  • Platforms: PlayStation 1, PlayStation 4, PC, iOS, Android, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One
  • Genre: RPG

Technology, gameplay and narrative define Final Fantasy VII. The game is basically a work of art. The quality of the graphics is cinematic, the soundtrack is orchestral and the sci-fi plot is not behind the best stories of the genre.

The game was the first in 3D in the Final Fantasy series and it was so good, it gave rise to 4 spin-offs and a film that explored the game’s story in more detail.

Overall, Final Fantasy VII continued with the same gameplay as previous titles, but the addition of the story system made the game much more complex and dynamic.

15. Red Dead Redemption (2010)

red dead redemption
  • Release year: 2010
  • Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One
  • Genre: Action & Adventure

Initially known as a “Western GTA” Red Dead Redemption has gained enough visibility to get rid of the comparison and win the hearts of millions of players worldwide.

In addition to the exciting gameplay, photography and storyline (added to the incredible open world), Red Dead Redemption addresses several relevant topics such as racism, immigration and politics in the United States, from the point of view of an impartial protagonist.

Like most current open world games, you can spend countless hours on side quests or just collecting equipment, herbs and flowers. In addition, with the missions that accompany online mode, Red Dead Redemption will occupy months of your life.

14. The Last of Us

The Last of Us
  • Release year: 2013
  • Platforms: Playstation 3 and Playstation 4
  • Genre: Adventure, Survival and Horror

Beautiful, scary and, above all, engaging. The Last of Us is on the list of the most awarded games in history and has a high chance of making you cry while playing.

The Last of Us takes place in a post-apocalyptic future in which you need to risk your life every day to get food, clothing and shelter. Unfortunately, in the game your survival will always result in the death of someone who is just in the same situation as you.

The plot of The Last of Us is full of action and heavy drama in the best The Walking Dead style and undoubtedly has one of the most beautiful campaigns you’ll ever play.

13. The Witcher 3

the witcher
  • Release year: 2015
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch
  • Genre: Action RPG

The Witcher 3 is an RPG as dense and deep as the first two games in the series, but it has an open world so big that it is intimidating. The countless details, the day / night cycle and the dynamic climate of the scenario provide an extremely immersive and authentic experience in the game.

There is no way to describe The Witcher 3 in a nutshell, so here’s an important piece of information: it is the most awarded game in history, with a total of 251 prizes.

12. Minecraft

Minecraft
  • Release year: 2009
  • Platforms: PC, iOS, Android, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U and Nintendo Switch
  • Genre: Sandbox and Survival

Minecraft has enchanted millions of children and adults worldwide with its cute and addictive gameplay. The game has no goals or end, and the fact that such a simple idea has been so successful still amazes.

In Minecraft the only important thing is to use your imagination. In the best Lego style, the game consists of creating what you want with the material collected on the stage. The game is online and in an open world, so interaction with other players further increases the possibilities, making Minecraft a basically infinite game.

11. Super Mario 64 (1996)

super mario 64
  • Release year: 1996
  • Platforms: Nintendo 64
  • Genre: Adventure

After 2 decades of 2D Mario games, Super Mario 64 was the plumber’s first adventure in three dimensions.

With very creative challenges and thousands of fun options within the game, Super Mario 64 is, until today, a great option to pass the time.

10. World of Warcraft

world of warcraft
  • Release year: 2004
  • Platforms: PC
  • Genre: MMORPG

World of Warcraft established a new parameter in the MMORPG ( Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game ) genre that, until today, has never been surpassed.

The game is famous for sucking the soul of its players with its INFINITE quests, dungeons, raids, achievements, different PvP (player vs player) modes, professions, events, EVERYTHING.

If you’ve never played World of Warcraft, try it at your own risk.

9. Street Fighter 2 (1991)

street fighter 2
  • Year of launching: 1991
  • Platforms: SNES
  • Genre: Fighting

Another game that redefined an entire genre. Street Fighter 2 was responsible for establishing the model of competitive fighting games that lasts until today. Before him, fighting games were extremely simple, with few strokes and few playable characters.

Street Fighter 2 was the first fighting game to feature multiple characters with strikes, special attacks, strengths, weaknesses and sound effects unique to each. In addition, the game featured gameplay with six attack buttons and different lever movements (like the famous half moon and shoryuken), which is still used today.

8. Fortnite

37 Fortnite
  • Release year : 2017
  • Platforms : PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android
  • Genre : Battle Royale and survival

Obviously Fortnite would be here. The greatest worldwide phenomenon of battle royales has reached unprecedented levels of success among the games of its generation. With constant updates, events and great news in general, the game always manages to renew itself and remain at its peak.

7. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

14 The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild
  • Release year : 2017
  • Platforms : Nintendo Switch and Wii U
  • Genre : Action & Adventure

Breath of the Wild is undoubtedly the best among all recent titles for The Legend of Zelda. Its vast open world is just the starting point and offers a very high freedom of exploration and interaction with its elements. The plot does not force him to follow a fixed path, leaving the player free to choose his journey and explore the world any way he wants.

6. League of Legends

85 League of Legends
  • Release year : 2009
  • Platforms : PC
  • Genre : MOBA

The big name of current MOBAs, League of Legends continues to grow in popularity and there is no prediction of a stop. The game took the core mechanics of other titles in the genre and simplified them both in terms of gameplay and graphics, making LoL one of the most accessible MOBAs of all. The result could not be otherwise: the game has become one of the most played games of all time, in addition to one of the main esports today.

5. Super Mario Bros 3 (1988)

super mario 3
  • Year of launching: 1988
  • Platforms: SNES
  • Genre: Platform

Mario Bros. 3 is considered by many to be the best game in the Mario series of the 2D era. The game innovated in the gameplay and brought several unforgettable features such as the clothes of the hammer brothers, frog clothes, raccoon clothes, Goomba’s shoes and the wonderful Wing-P, which allowed to cross a whole phase flying.

The game is divided into 8 different worlds, each with its own and extremely fun elements. For the first time it was possible to interact with items not only in the stages, but on the world map. It is undoubtedly the most dynamic title among the Marios of the time.

4. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Skyrim
  • Release year: 2011
  • Platforms: PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360
  • Genre: Action RPG

Skyrim is by far one of the best RPG franchises out there. The game brings together all the epic elements of the genre, with hundreds of weapons, skills and spells, added to a level of freedom never seen before.

If you are the type who likes to explore every detail of the worlds and do all the quests, get ready to lose your life with this game, as Skyrim has redefined the depth and size of offline RPG games.

3. Grand Theft Auto V

GTA 5
  • Release year: 2013
  • Platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC
  • Genre: Action & Adventure

GTA V needs no introduction. Rockstar’s masterpiece is the most expensive game in history. Its estimated budget was $ 265 million, and even so, the entire amount was recovered during PRE-SALES!

The game was released five years after the last title and managed to improve in all aspects. The open world is bigger, the number of missions has increased, the plot and the characters are more complex, in short, the game is incredible in every way.

In what other game is your mission to fly a plane until you get on another plane, fight the crew, steal a package and parachute jump and watch the plane get shot down by military jets? Yes, this is the average level of action brought by GTA V.

2. Super Mario World (1990)

super mario world
  • Year of launching: 1990
  • Platforms: SNES and Game Boy Advance
  • Genre: Platform

Super Mario World was, for many who were born in the 90s, the first contact with video games, considering that the game accompanied the purchase of SNES.

The title that introduced the beloved Yoshi was, and is still one of the greatest phenomena in history, to the point that the console and the game are still sold today. Simple gameplay, impeccable soundtrack, secret exits and hidden worlds (like the star world and the special world), the game is just incredible.

Super Mario World has set the tone for all the games in the series that have been released since then, and considering that this is the most acclaimed title in video games, it deserves second place in our top 20.

1. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

zelda oot
  • Release year: 1998
  • Platforms: Nintendo 64, GameCube, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Virtual Console
  • Genre: Adventure RPG

Finally, the best game of all time in our opinion and in the opinion of millions of players around the world.

How a game from the 90s managed to be SO GOOD, we’ll never know. Ocarina of Time explored all elements of the Zelda series to the fullest and even with so many games that followed it, it is still considered by fans to be the best in the series.

The game took seven years to launch since the last Zelda and was worth every day of waiting. Ocarina of Time was the first in the series made in 3D and revolutionized adventure games in a way that gradually increased the difficulty of puzzles and battles.

Ocarina of Time was a sales phenomenon and received a remake for 3DS, in addition to being one of the most played on PC through emulators. Like Super Mario World, the game set a benchmark for the series, which is also one of the greatest of all time in video games.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Nice post. I used to be checking constantly this blog and I am impressed! Extremely helpful info specially the ultimate phase 🙂 I care for such information a lot. I used to be seeking this particular information for a very long time. Thank you and best of luck. |

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here