The Top 25 Best PC Games of All Time

The PC has built a legacy of great video games over the last twenty years. Now that its 2010, its time to look back and view the best games that have come out. There are still a lot of games coming out every month, and its possible that a future game might make the list. At the same time, newer games are not holding up to some of these classics. So check out the list.

#25. IL-2 Sturmovik – 2001

#24. Call of Duty – 2003

#23. MechWarrior 2: 31st Century Combat – 1995

#22. Deus Ex – 2000

#21. Warcraft 2: The Tides of Darkness – 1995

#20. Doom – 1993

This game defined the shooting genre.

#19. Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion – 2006

#18. The Secret of Monkey Island – 1990

#17. Company of Heroes – 2006

#16. System Shock 2 – 1999

#15. Battlefield 1942 – 2002

#14. Unreal Tournament – 1999

#13. The Sims – 2000

#12. Pirates! Gold – 1994

#11. Age of Empires 2: Age of Kings – 1999

#10. Half-Life 2 – 2004

#9. SimCity 2000 – 1993

#8. World of Warcraft – 2004

Changed MMOs forever from a pastime that geeks to in their basements to being mainstream and part of pop culture.

#7. Fallout – 1997

#6. Rome: Total War – 2004

#5. Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn – 2000

#4. Civilization IV – 2005

Best turn based strategy game ever made, and its success comes from years or refinement based of the earlier versions of the game.

#3. Myst – 1994

Best first person puzzle based game ever made. Sadly, this is a game genre that is all but dead. Myst was a fascinating world that pulled in both gamers and non-gamers.

#2. Star Wars TIE Fighter – 1994

Space combat games are no longer popular, but that doesn’t stop this title from reaching the number two spot.

#1. StarCraft – 1998

Nobody can argue about StarCraft being the number one PC game of all time. This is the only game, including all game platforms, that has gone on to become an official South Korean national sport. It has sold over 11 million copies worldwide and can still be found on store selves twelve years later.



Source by John Lawton

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