Best Games of All Time (according to me)


It’s easy to get caught up in the highly-competitive nature of video games, as well as the various genres that they can fall into. However, this list is about personal favorites and not just “the best” video games. All of these are great games for different reasons and I have enjoyed them all personally, though some more than others.

Super Mario Galaxy 2

In my opinion, Super Mario Galaxy 2 is the best game of all time.

I’ll give you a few reasons why:

  • Its gameplay is extremely innovative, complicated and nuanced. The way that you have to go through the stages can get really challenging, especially if you haven’t played the first Super Mario Galaxy before this one. It’s not just about jumping on enemies’ heads or running around in circles; it also has platforming elements involved with puzzles that need to be solved so that you can progress further into the level! This makes each stage very unique from one another so there’s always something new for players to discover as they move forward through their journey throughout space. It’s also nice because there are multiple ways for completion depending on how good your skill level is at solving these puzzles (which increases gradually over time).

Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 is a video game developed by Rockstar Games. It is the sequel to Red Dead Redemption, released in 2010. It was released worldwide on October 26, 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

In a friendly tone:

I really didn’t like this game at first but my friend said it was really good so I decided to give it another try and now I love it!

The Legend of Zelda:Breath of the Wild

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an open world action-adventure game where you play as Link, a character who must save Hyrule from Ganon. The game has won many awards and has been nominated for more than 50. It’s one of my favorite games because there is so much to do!

  • Gameplay: The gameplay is amazing! You can climb anything (even buildings), swim in lakes or rivers, fight enemies with swords, axes and bows/arrows, explore dungeons filled with puzzles and treasure chests…you get my point 🙂
  • Story: I love how there are different ways to solve problems which makes it more interesting than other games where there’s only one solution to everything. I also like that characters don’t follow me around all day; instead they live their own lives which makes it feel like they actually exist somewhere else too! Plus it takes place in several different areas such as mountains or forests so each time I play through again I’m excited about what new places might be waiting for me next time around 🙂
  • Music & sound effects: The music was composed by Toru Minegishi who worked on previous Legend Of Zelda titles like Ocarina Of Time & Majora’s Mask; therefore fans should recognize some songs right away when playing this game 🙂 hearing familiar tunes while exploring unfamiliar areas made me feel nostalgic while still being able to enjoy something new at the same time! Oh wait – did we mention there’s voice acting too? Yup – even though most characters only have one line per interaction type (e

Grand Theft Auto V

I hope you’ve enjoyed this blog so far. I know it was only five games, but they were the best five games ever made. If you want more information on any of the games mentioned above, please check out some of my other blogs which go into great detail about these titles and why they are so good.

If you have any questions or feedback about these articles let me know in the comments below!

Portal 2

Portal 2 is a first-person puzzle-platform video game developed and published by Valve Corporation. It was released in May 2011 for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The game is the sequel to Portal (2007) and was announced on March 4, 2010.

The game’s protagonist is Chell (voiced by Ellen McLain), who awakens from cryogenic stasis in an abandoned Aperture Science Innovators facility that has been overrun by robots. She must traverse further areas of the facility using portals to solve puzzles; most of these are based on special cubes which generate bridges between two surfaces when placed on one of them. The player can create these cubes at any time using various devices scattered throughout each level and can also use them to solve puzzles or move around obstacles such as deadly lasers or high walls blocking her path or certain quest items which need be activated before continuing further into their respective levels.[1]

These are some of the greatest video games ever made!

I’m going to be honest with you. This blog is simply my opinion on what I think are the best video games ever made. I know that some people will disagree with this list and I’m fine with that, but these are my picks for the top games ever created and why they should be considered as such.

Let’s get started!


These are some of the greatest video games ever made. Did I miss any? Let me know in the comments below!

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