Imagine a world without first person shooters. Two hands holding a gun, shooting at virtual poor people in the face forever. A world without it? Unimaginable. Next year there will be a lot of new and probably great shooters out for us all blind.
Top 10 FPS Games For PC 2014
Let’s shoot men, women, dogs, cats, aliens, zombies and robots. And all the other things that we use firearms, knives, rifles, rocket launchers and strange contraptions that initiate kittens. It will be fun. Here are the ten games for the year 2014:
10. Tower of Guns
Tower of Guns is a rouge-like FPS where players are given a choice of a firearm and perk and then are left to their own devices for survival in a world of scrap metal cannons, sentient buzz saws and roaming explosives. As the player progresses, they will grab a variety of drops that allow them to level up their gun, making it stronger and more accurate. Each hit reduces your gun’s level meter, so your actual health bar becomes somewhat of an afterthought as you struggle to stay as powerful as possible. But when shear skill and level advantage just won’t cut it, the game provides a series of mods and power-ups that can spawn anywhere at any time. Enemies have a small chance of dropping upgrades that will offer a variety of benefits (or hindrances) to the player.
9. Battlefield 4 Naval Strike
For DLC with “naval” in its title, you could be forgiven for expecting a large scale, open warfare at sea. Yet for all the pomp and statistics about how much water has been poured into the four new maps in Battlefield 4’s latest, it’s amazing how little time you actually spend bouncing across it.
Deadcore has a strong futuristic look around. At the highest graphical settings viewpoints can be downright impressive with a draw distance Areneros putting to shame. The use of carbon textures and bright neon colors is reminiscent of the classic films of Tron, the area begins feels a lot like interpretation of test chambers Portal del 1990. The tower design is consistent throughout but with the range established by each level of separation. Some areas are stunning to look with smart design choices that help the player to identify hazards, goals, and save points out jaw droppingly.
7. Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Same weapons, the same historical events, the same ping when an M1 Garand runs out of ammo: After years of large first-person shooters, World War II came boring. So developers of Call of Duty took their considerable skill in creating a cinematic first person shooter Modern Warfare and delivered. The fourth game in the main line of COD MW reset expectations console shooters competition while giving access to the players as well, modern weaponry.
6. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
The Pre-Sequel in a nutshell is a series of small refinements wrapped in a narrative under par, filled to the brim with free fan service. And while that might be enough to placate Borderlands super-fans, casual gamers will find that things have not changed much, and that’s not enough to offset its history lacking. If you’ve played Borderlands 2, things look very familiar with the Pre-Sequel.
5. Alien Isolation
It is a game of exploration and survival that presents players by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA. This game is based on the original film is completely different from other exotic games you’ve played before.
4. Wolfenstein- The New Order
This game is amazing with one of the coolest graphic effects. Wolfenstein – The New Order was released on March 20, 2014 and runs on platforms including, microsoft windows, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox one. The game has been developed by the company MachineGames Entertainment and published by Bethesda Softworks. This game a single player mode and a shooting game high score with almost full of stars.
3. Far Cry 4
That theme permeates choice Far Cry 4, too, which is very appropriate for the series has always had a strong sense of exploration, freedom and choice. But Far Cry 4 takes this freedom to another level within the story itself.
Far Cry 4 sees you play as Ajay Ghale, a young man who returns to his hometown of Kyrat with a mission – to spread the ashes of his recently deceased mother. As you know from the various trailers however, the arrival of Ajay in Kyrat not go as planned thanks to tyrannical king of the country, Pagan Min.
Xaviant studies have created a classic case of constructive deconstruction. The game stripped first by the magic system to its foundations, then analyzes what works and then relies on his strength-core which is allowing the player to mix freely combine their strategy according to their spells no cooldown artificial barrier that serves to maintain “fair” system. Lichdom is based on the basic elements of the action resulting reaction mixture and the formulation of strategies and left up to the player to use his magic unbarred within that system power. By doing so, lichdom offers more than just a satisfying experience to play as a wizard. Allows ability to take precedence over mere numbers, a complaint may be addressed in many RPGs, especially the The Elder Scrolls series. In lichdom you depends largely on their own reflexes and mental agility to win most difficult battles and boss fights and relatively less on the numbers behind the damage they can do. By way of direct comparison, eclipsing the magical systems of many RPGs and might even make it harder for you to enjoy his contemporaries in the genre of still maintaining her to such limitations based on time.
Topping the list is Titanfall launched in March 2014 for PC and next-generation consoles and is a shooter multiplayer first person. In Titanfall, players control the “pilots” and his style of mech Titans, and fight matches every six set in space colonies. Many critics have considered this game as the successful evolution of first shooter genre. The game boasts up to 50 characters that can be active in a single game. Activity no player will have reduced services Microsoft cloud computing to optimize local graphics performance. The game is said to have taken inspiration from Star Wars and Blade Runner.