Everyone has a list of their favorite video games. While there are probably thousands of great video games, some stand out and deserve more recognition than they get (Super Mario Bros. 3 anyone?). Here are five games that I think everyone should play:
My favorite video games of all time
If you’re looking for a good time, these are the video games that will give it to you.
- One of the most popular video games of all time is “Super Mario Bros.” It’s fun to play and even better to watch. The graphics are amazing and the sound is spectacular, but what really makes this game stand out is how well its story is told through characters like Bowser and Princess Toadstool.
- Another classic title is “The Legend of Zelda” series. This one has great graphics and an excellent soundtrack, but what really sets it apart is its compelling narrative centered around Link’s journey to rescue Princess Zelda from Ganon’s clutches.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is an action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo. It was the fifth installment in The Legend of Zelda series, the first to be released on a system with 3D capabilities, as well as being the first game to feature a fully 3D world. It was originally released on November 21st, 1998 on N64 consoles.
The story follows Link (the main protagonist), who is sent back in time seven years prior to when he awakens as an adult in order to stop Ganondorf from obtaining the Triforce and ruling Hyrule with his dark magic. Throughout your quest you get some help from characters like Princess Zelda, Saria (who teaches you how to play songs on your ocarina) and Navi (who helps guide you). You also get some cool items along the way such as bombs or bow & arrow that are used for solving puzzles or defeating enemies respectively!
Super Mario Bros. 3
Super Mario Bros. 3 is an excellent game that everyone should play. It’s one of the most popular video games of all time, and it’s a classic platformer. It was originally released in 1988 on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), but it has been re-released on several different systems since then, including the Wii Virtual Console and the Super NES Classic Edition console.
This game is great for all ages; people who aren’t even old enough to read can enjoy playing with their parents or siblings! If you’re looking for something fun to do with friends, this game will provide hours of entertainment while you all get lost in an imaginary world together!
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. Brawl is a fighting game for the Wii that was released in 2008. The game is a crossover between Nintendo characters, including Mario, Link, Kirby and Pikachu.
The previous version of this fighting game was Super Smash Bros. Melee which was released on GameCube in 2001.
The Sims 2
As you can see above, The Sims 2 is a simulation game that lets you create a world of your own. In this game, you can create characters and build houses for them to live in. You can also pick their jobs and their hobbies, as well as their friends and family members. The goal is to let these characters live their lives as best as possible.
The mechanics of the game have changed since its predecessor but still retain core elements from the original game such as building houses and having your sims do things like cook or dance (more on those later). In addition, there are many more interactions available for players who want to get really involved with every aspect of their virtual life; this includes making sure everyone bathes regularly so they don’t stink up the house! Also important: making sure everyone has enough clothes on because nudity isn’t acceptable when playing video games at home (or anywhere else).
Overwatch is a first-person shooter game developed by Blizzard Entertainment and released on May 24, 2016 for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Overwatch was first announced at BlizzCon 2014. It was influenced by the Warcraft III mod, Defense of the Ancients (DotA), which featured heroes who each had unique abilities and traits. The characters included in the game were designed to be diverse in terms of gender and ethnicity, something that Blizzard wanted to make clear from the start of development.
There are a lot of great games out there that you should play, but these five stand above the rest for me.
When I was a kid, my dad taught me how to play chess. He would sit down with me on the couch, put a board in front of both of us, and explain how each piece was used. We would talk about how different moves could be made and why they were useful or dangerous depending on what your opponent did. He would ask me questions like “What do you think you should do?” and then guide me through making a move based on what he thought was best for my overall strategy.
The lesson here is that games are about learning—not just memorizing things for themselves but understanding why those actions work well together and helping yourself understand the basics of something as complex as chess so that you can build onto them more effectively later in life (or at least until someone else makes new rules).
There have been so many great games in the past few years, but these five stand out to me. I hope you’ll enjoy playing them as much as I did!