Top Five Games of 2012-must Play
Best PC Games of 2012: This article takes a look at five of the most wanted PC games of 2012, many of which are exclusive. You’ll want to clear out some room in your schedule to fit these games in.
Torchlight 2 is the sequel to the indie action RPG, Torchlight.
Much, much more than just a reskin or additional content, Torchlight 2 offers full fledged multiplayer support, plenty of modding opportunities, and the ability for players to create and share their own campaigns. It’s every dungeon master’s dream come true—assuming you’re one of those types who likes to create challenges rather than quests.
This steampunk-themed game will allow players to explore beyond the dungeons and out into the open world, where all new challenges await the game’s four character classes.
4.Guild Wars 2
Guild Wars 2 is the sequel to Guild Wars and a major overhaul over pretty much everything the first game had to offer.
Following in the footsteps of Guild Wars, the game will be sold like any other—in a box, or purchased online—and entirely free to play with no subscription costs whatsoever.
The sequel takes place in a persistent, wide open setting defined by the actions of players—quests and events in Guild Wars 2 are dynamic. Equally dynamic is the combat, which promotes interaction between the player and his or her environment.
A game that RPG fans are most excited for is Diablo 3. In development for close to five years and awaited for since the release of Diablo 2 a decade ago, Blizzard’s upcoming sequel to the best action RPG of all time promises to deliver everything that should’ve been in the original game, with all the enhancements of current generation technology, and then some.
Diablo 3 offers five classes—including the return of the Barbarian—and takes place twenty years after the events of Diablo 2. The game is available only to the PC and the Mac, this is one game that every console gamer will be clamoring to buy a gaming rig for.
2.Starcraft 2:Heart Of The Swarm
Heart of the Swarm is the sequel to last year’s lauded and loved Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty. It puts players in the role of the Zerg swarm and continues after the events of the first game.
Further enhancements—with new units, structures, and all their associated strategies—are also being added into the game’s multiplayer mode, where most hardcore fans of the Starcraft series will inevitably find themselves in.
Starcraft 2 is a prime argument to pick up a PC or a Mac to play video games.
1.Mass Effect 3
The final episode in Bioware’s science fiction trilogy will see the Reaper invasion of the earth as Commander Shepard stands trial for his (or her) actions in the previous game.
The game will be the culmination of all the events that took place in the first two games, and will see characters both old and new supporting Shepard as the last line of defense against humanity’s ancient enemy.
Mass Effect 3 promises to innovate upon the combat and RPG facets of its predecessor.
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