Published on April 15th, 2014 | by gareth0
The Most Replayable Games Of The Last Decade
to do missions, quicker, better and gain the highest score we can. But whilst games are generally
becoming more cinematic, we are also, like cinema, seeing layers placed into our video games,
meaning there is something different to discover each play.
Over the last ten years or so we’ve been blessed with a wealth of great games, particularly over the
last few years, heralding what many experts are now labelling ‘the golden age’.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some timeless titles that you’ll never get bored of.
We say FIFA 14 , but we could realistically talk about most editions of the smash EA series. Many
people across the globe would agree that FIFA is perhaps the most replayable game on the market;
with that social, multi-player element combined with the world’s best loved sport making it hugely
The chance to be a football superstar for the team you love is what dreams are made of and for
some it’s arguably a game of fantasy, which means it draws players back time and time again.
Batman Arkham Asylum
Thanks to the incredible new movies, Batman game titles seem to have gone to the next level in
recent years. From the dynamic Dark Knight slot featured at https://butlersbingo.com to the latest
thrilling instalment of Arkham Asylum on Playstation and Xbox, they’re addictive and unbelievably
exciting to play.
Superb graphics, ingenious architecture and enthralling scripts keep enticing game lovers back to
tackle the baddies of Gotham City with one of the world’s most famous super hero characters.
For a while the likes of Guitar Hero and Rockband were the games to play. Nothing quite beats head-popping Merseybeat style in Beatles Rockband, or thrashing on the Stratocaster to 20th Century Boy.
It’s a moment, a brief five minutes, when you can live out your dream as a rockstar. And it’s one that
takes you back time and time again.
The idea of building up a city, only to destroy it by an alien invasion doesn’t necessarily appeal to
everyone, but it’s become one of the biggest games of all time since its release in 1989. Now in its
sixth major release, the game features full 3D graphics and tons more detail, meaning creating a
brand new New York, knocking it down, and starting again, has never been more fun.
World of Warcraft
One of the biggest games of all time, WoW has over 115 million players and holds the Guinness
World Record for most popular MMORPG. It changed the face of role playing games, so it’s no
surprise it keeps people coming back. Expansion packs and upgrades keep the game fresh, whilst the
idea of taking yourself into a fantasy world and away from everyday life is most certainly part of the
reason people play time and time again.