Starting from Skyrim to Grand Theft Auto, these are some of the best seventh-generation video games to take a look at.
This seventh generation was a great era for video gamers. It featured some of the most notable titles in the history of gaming. Popular franchises were making a splash as original creations were the top priority for developers. These seventh-generation games were the prime for every gamer back then.
So here is a list of all the notable games that made an everlasting impact and are still soaring high.
‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’ (2011) – 96
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the most notable video games released in the seventh generation. This game has sold around 30 million copies worldwide, and it is still played as one of the most common games for a video game enthusiast.
Since this game’s release, Metacritic has been critically assessed based on the story, the gameplay, the writing, and the beautiful animation.
‘Batman: Arkham City’ (2011) – 96
One thing that kids love to play and to be at the same time is Batman. Batman: Arkhan City is one of the most played video games of all history. The PlayStation 3 version of this game stands as one of the highest-ranked video games by Metacritic.
Once players start playing, they will have to step into the protagonist’s shoes and relieve all his traumas. In 2011, it received endless praise for the story execution, gameplay, narrative, and now iconic control system that can help players fight off in a blast.
‘Uncharted 2: Among Thieves’ (2009) – 96
PlayStation lacked exclusive games during this time, but Uncharted 2 Among Thieves was an exception. The sequel took video game production to the Hollywood style as a lot of actions were being matched.
One of the best things about the game is the players’ actions once they are playing. While gripping off on the rocks and not falling off, every single blow and punch had to be done intricately by players.
‘BioShock’ (2007) – 96
Only a few games are released and cut for being critically daring, such as Bioshock. This game took every initiate to turn something malicious and let players enjoy the world underwater.
One of the best things for which this game is remembered is because it took the storyline from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. The gaming is the best and comes with creative features that let players gasp every time they fight against the main villains.
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