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Skelosk says: A no brainer in terms of classic FPS Full of one-liners and babes. What more do you need?
Skelosk says: Not for the squeamish or the faint of heart. This game bears the name Blood well. IT'S BLOODY AS HELL! The game runs on the Build engine (Duke3d, Shadow Warrior) so you know what to expect when it comes to gameplay. Where the game shines is the ludicrous
Skelosk says: This one is a bit obscure. Made right after Duke3D, it never got as popular. It's also a lot shorter but don't let that turn you off, this game is also really awesome. I reccomend its 2013 remake too.
Skelosk says: Oh jeez. Now we are on "batcrap crazy" territory. This game ups the ante with dark humor and intense violence, with a bit of scat and terrorist humor in the mix. If you can look past it's "so-so" graphics you will have a good laugh. Just don't take it too
Skelosk says: Might not be the first game who started the whole "competitive multiplayer fps" trend, but it's one of the games who made it popular in the first place. Highly moddable and extremely fun, with lots of stuff to play with.
Skelosk says: Speaking of Unreal Tournament, here's the original game for which we must be thankful for. Great atmosphere and great gameplay. It's graphics didn't age well though, but don't let it stop you.
Skelosk says: Here's a great gem.......nah just kidding, this is a good example of a terrible game and, if you know it's history, it's also a good example of bad marketing. Avoid at all cost, or try if you are a masochist.
Skelosk says: This game isn't that old but it sure is great. The first half takes place before the movies and tells the tale of how Riddick got his Eyeshine and how he escapes Butcher Bay, the second half is well...the Assault on Dark Athena. Give it a try.
Skelosk says: This game drips of Lovecraft...stuff (ew). This horror game is dark and creepy, full of curse and sacrifice to outer beings and immortality. It's a bit easy to get lost and the aiming feels clunky, but again don't let it stop you from trying the game
Skelosk says: This game aged a bit badly, but is still a shiny diamond of an FPS. Great plot, but the stealth system is really hard to get used to, compared to more modern games.
Skelosk says: The original "can my computer run it?" game. Now it's not as demanding, considering how computer tech evolved since then. But the game remains quite good, especially visually.
Skelosk says: Really not as good as the original. It's still quite good visually, but the brown palette will turn off a lot of people. That and the weapons constantly breaking because "realism". You can still have some fun, but I don't reccomend it
Skelosk says: First in the series, excellent in almost every aspect, althoug clunky and prone to crash. Still a great game, followed by...
Skelosk says: Second in the series, less good story wise and a lot shorter. Pretty much a taster for the thrid game which is...
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