Best FPS Games 1. Blizzard Entertainment surfaced as one of the biggest and the best video game developers this year. Their recent take on the thrilling FPS genre is what you can categorically call a marvel. This top notch graphical marvel offers a Team Multiplayer First-person Shooter experience with a variety of unique characters and plenty of room for the gameplay.
Advertisement In the war between PC and console gaming, the former is just assumed to always be Windows. But what about Mac? Sure, there isn’t a huge number of games available for Apple’s desktop operating system, but it’s not completely bereft of titles. In fact, in recent years, some developers like Valve have seemed keen to develop for Mac too. We have already taken a look at the Getting your frag on with a Mac has never been easy. The most popular action shooters, like most of the Quake games and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare have been ported, but as you., but that covered every single type, from action-adventure to third-person shooters. I wanted to go old-school and discover what first person shooter (FPS) games are available for OS X, and I was quite surprised by the selection 1.
[$19.99] It’s been six years since Valve released The Orange Box, but there’s no doubt in my mind that this is still the best deal in gaming available. For just $20, you get Half-Life 2, its expansion packs Episode One and Episode Two, the original Portal and Team Fortress 2. Half-Life 2 is among the best games ever made, with a fantastic storyline, gripping gameplay and graphics that still don’t look outdated today. Portal is the finest first-person puzzle game, and Team Fortress 2 is the most fun multiplayer team game you will play. Five high-quality first-person shooters for that price? You’d have to be crazy not to buy that.
[$29.99] If you asked me to name the most insane yet fun action game in the past few years, I wouldn’t even need to think for a second to say Borderlands 2. The original Borderlands was a blast and the sequel only improves on that. Playing as one of four “vault hunters”, you have a wide variety of weapons at your disposal, from shotguns to sniper rifles, with plenty of variation in each type. The comic book-like animation style only adds to the charm, taking away realism and putting fun back into the virtual world of guns and gore. No wonder this one made it to our list of the This generation of games consoles is coming to an end, with the Wii U already having arrived to usher in the next-generation, and successors to both the PS3 and Xbox 360 expected in 2013.
[$39.99] Like the original Bioshock, Bioshock Infinite has one of the First-person shooters (or FPS) have long been a genre that is based around competition. Ever since the invention of multiplayer gaming, it only made sense to have shooters as a key genre. I once wrote.
Steampunk has never been executed so well in gaming and Infinite scores high on every aspect: story, gameplay, graphics, voice acting and sound. My personal favorite is hopping on to the Skyline, a single-person railway system which you use to travel around the floating city of Columbia with a hook mechanism. There is nothing as cool as zipping along and shooting enemies. The video above doesn’t do it justice, you need to try it!
Call of Duty: [$49.99] & [$19.99] Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is arguably the best FPS game to be made in the last few years, and definitely the best war game. The franchise kicked away the obsession developers had with World War II shooters and focussed on modern combat instead. The result was one of the most engrossing games ever made with incredible variety in the gameplay, be it as the perfect sniper in Chernobyl, shooting targets on the ground from an airplane, or crawling through enemy lines undetected with your camouflage. Matt wrote a great article on the First person shooters have been at the forefront of game development since their first incarnation over two decades ago.
They combine adrenaline-soaked action with a perspective that provides a great stage for technology; first-person games. From the early days of Doom to COD: Modern Warfare. And after the success of Modern Warfare came a new franchise, Black Ops. The gameplay is similar, so when you’re done with MW, hop on to Black Ops. [$19.99] If you like zombie shooters, Valve’s Left 4 Dead 2 is as good as they get and deservedly finds a spot in the At this time of year more than any other there will be a host of new console owners getting to grips with their system.