Top 5 Best Video Games of All Time


Minecraft is one of the best video games ever. You can create your own server, get resources, craft, build, mine, dig, explore, discover, find, cut down, and more. You can't bully, harass, send threats, say words not allowed in Minecraft, share information, and more. It has been updating, but its community has been toxic, and I've been receiving my 1st win, achievements by doing what I'm supposed to do, and more in its Minigames, but I didn't win much, so I decided to survive in Minecraft after the Minigames.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

It's video games' Citizen Kane. No other game has or presumably will advance video gaming as much as this one. This is my favourite Zelda game, defeating Mario. EVERYONE thinks the finest of the time is the best today, however this game is DEADLY overrated. Simply simply, thins improve. Better games exist. Revolutionary, but not fantastic.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

My first game. Before then, I exclusively played casual games because I was too young to comprehend meaningful plots and gorgeous universes. When I was 13, this book introduced me to a world where I could hunt dragons one day and negotiate with aliens the next. When other games with greater visuals, more awe-inspiring adversaries, and more secrets make this obsolete, I'll still check on my Nord hero to relive part of that original magic.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Super Smash Bros. Can't wait until Christmas, fight with my own money. It's the best video game I've ever bought. Other games include point-and-shoot, riddles, and zombie survival. Every game is different, and you get to test out different players. Single-player was fantastic and long, but multiplayer was my favourite. I enjoy how Nintendo has so many multiplayer options. Excellent! I adore multiplayer games where you can play with pals. Video games are more entertaining with people than alone.

Grand Theft Auto V

GTA V is brilliant. The writers created a realistic, gripping story about three criminals trying to rebuild their lives. Steven Ogg, who voiced Trevor, was amazing. The world design captured Los Angeles' feel and design better than many developers can or will. In GTA V, you can perform insane bike stunts, dress Trevor as a girl, and Super Jump on pedestrians. This game is fun and glitch-free. It shouldn't be number 1, but it should be second. Ocarina of Time rules!