Games will keep coming out ten years from now as the pile of titles grows bigger. Gamers will have a lot of games to choose from, but there’s no reason they shouldn’t pay homage to iconic titles from back in the day. These are good games and have paved the way for the games of tomorrow. Here are some titles you should consider:


RDR2 or Red Dead Redemption 2 takes you to the Wild West and lets you see what those times had to offer. Besides taking your horse for a ride, you’ll get to complete a variety of quests or just do what you like, like playing a card game or two in a saloon.

Poker was a popular card game back in the day, but poker is still a popular game today. Most poker fans enjoy the many poker variants on online casino venues, as the industry is mostly online nowadays. Besides this game, they get a lot of other casino games to choose from. The main thing about them is to enjoy them responsibly.

When you visit a saloon or a hotel you can go for a drink, talk to some of the people or go for a round of poker or blackjack. You can play it fair and square or you can cheat and take on the entire saloon in a gunfight.

Dragon Age Origins

Have you ever thought of becoming a Grey Warden? Well, you can become a part of this ancient order to stop the Blight in Dragon Age Origins. This is the first game in a franchise and since it’s a fantasy title you’ll get to create a character and choose to be a mage, warrior, or rogue. Each class will have different starting stories, but Duncan will recruit you to the order. You will pass the Harrowing and become a Grey Warden.

After that, you’ll join your fellow wardens with the King on the battlefield to stop the spreading of the Dark Spawn. But the king will be betrayed and you’ll be left for dead. Pretty soon you’ll wake up in a camp, in the same woods. The witch of those woods saved you and you’ll get her daughter to tag along on your quest to save the world from the Blight. You’ll make enemies and allies in all sorts of places, and you’ll get to face the Arch Demon in a battle of the ages at the end of the game.

The Assassin’s Creed Franchise

The entire franchise is worth playing because you get to play amazing stories set in different periods of history. You’ll get to play as members of the Assassins and Templar orders and see the different doctrines they adhere to. When it comes to periods you’ll visit the Renaissance, the War of Independence, the Third Crusade, and more. You’ll meet a bunch of historical figures like Cleopatra, Richard Lionheart, Leonardo Da Vinci, George Washington, and others. You can go with any title in the series and you won’t be disappointed.

The Half-Life Franchise

The Half-Life franchise is an iconic and revolutionary series that has had a profound impact on the gaming industry. Developed by Valve Corporation, the franchise debuted in 1998 with the release of the first game, Half-Life, and its groundbreaking sequel, Half-Life 2, in 2004. The franchise introduced players to the captivating world of Gordon Freeman, a silent protagonist navigating through a dystopian Earth filled with alien creatures, technological marvels, and a gripping narrative.

What sets the Half-Life franchise apart is its seamless blending of immersive storytelling, innovative gameplay mechanics, and cutting-edge graphics. The games pushed the boundaries of first-person shooter experiences, introducing physics-based puzzles, realistic interactions, and a sense of immersion that was unparalleled at the time. The introduction of the Gravity Gun in Half-Life 2, allowing players to manipulate objects in the environment, became an iconic gameplay element.

The Half-Life series is also known for its rich and intricate narrative, woven with mystery, suspense, and scientific intrigue. The enigmatic G-Man, the alien Combine, and the resilient resistance fighters all contributed to a deeply immersive and thought-provoking storyline. The games were praised for their attention to detail, atmospheric sound design, and memorable characters like Alyx Vance.


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Last Updated: Sep 13, 2023