The best price-time ratio games I have played9votes I like it
PCGameGuy says: So much gameplay for so little cost, if you play RPG's to explore content this game pack will take you 100+ hours to get through it all.
PCGameGuy says: Old school shooter, Wolfenstein3D graphics engine so no great visual shakes, but with 6 separate 'missions' with 11 levels each you will be shooting monsters for hours.
PCGameGuy says: Third generation engine, Doom 2 versus Wolf3D, but still old skool content style, lots of levels per mission give you plenty of killing to do.
PCGameGuy says: Full 360 movement made this one a classic of it's day, Doom level graphics but another one with tons of levels per mission to keep you shooting robots for a good long time.
PCGameGuy says: The classic example of using an engine and making your own game. Doom 2 engine, but so original it still gets on top lists, and over the top humor keeps you wanting to see the next level until the end.
PCGameGuy says: Like old skool space battles? Miss the Tie Fighter/X-Wing style 'physics'? This has it all and is damn pretty too! Space dogfights, capital ships, a plot only SyFy channel could love, this is a great time eater.
PCGameGuy says: Baldur's Gate got you down with it's premade characters, 'plot,' and 'story'? Want to go kill stuff and level up, making piles of gold? Want to spend HOURS doing that all over beautiful frosty places? Here is your game!
PCGameGuy says: 6 Might and Magic games. 6 of them! How can you not see the hundreds of hours you will spend playing these?!? Granted, ugly graphics and game-play that is simplistic makes it a real grind at times, but hey, 6 GAMES!
PCGameGuy says: CroTeam remembered the days of killing and giant levels, and revived it with their Serious Sam series. New graphics, no plot, and TONS of hordes waiting to be mowed down with various over the top weapons.
PCGameGuy says: Second verse, same as the first. When they get #3 up, wash rinse and repeat. Some days you just come home after work and want to unleash bullet hell on tons of rampaging monsters.
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