In 2000, the games industry began to be the dominant industry. They still had a long way to go before they could truly establish themselves. To do that, they needed to produce some instant classics. These were the achievements of the developers at that time.
Many classics of the 2000s have defined the decade. Although not all of them have stood the test, some games are the exception. When a classic comes along that remains replayable to this day, gamers know they’ve got something special on their hands.
10/10 Vampire: The Masquerade-Bloodlines
Vampire: The Masquerade-Bloodlines It is a wonderful game to get Halloween spirit. The game is based on the tabletop RPG of same name. V: TMB It’s a semi-open world RPG where the player can take control of a newly transformed vampire. They learn about the vampire species through this lens.
It was highly praised for its rich world-building and amazing characters. Although the gameplay is quaint for some, it’s certainly not a deal closer to the amazing story. For those looking for a fun horror-action RPG, this is a game to sink one’s teeth in.
9/10 Warcraft III
One of the most beloved real-time strategy game of all time. Warcraft III Its expansion pack The Frozen Throne These are amazing games that really set Azeroth in stone. The war between Humans & Orcs was over years ago. Warcraft III Diversifies the game by following four different stories.
Each campaign gives a unique view of the new world. Particularly, the Orcs get a much more complex backstory and motivations. It’s no surprise that the gameplay remains one the most fun and frenetic in gaming history.
8/10 Hitman: Blood Money
The Hitman Game that raised the profile of the franchise Hitman: Blood Money Fans consider this the best entry of the franchise. Continue the story of Agent 47 with this game. This game gives you more options to deal with enemies and discourages people turning missions into killing sprees.
Points are not given for gun-toting psychopaths. They are for cool, calculated assassins who leave crime scene like a ghost. It is compared with its successor Absolution, Blood Money You will be remembered with fonder, if not even rose-tinted, praise.
7/10 Civilization IV
Civilization IV takes the franchise to “modern” sensibilities, with more streamlined visuals and gameplay than ever before. You’ll find tons of new features and the best AI in any video game. Civilization game. Vassals, as well as a variety of leaders, are great features.
Overall, Civilization IV It was just as perfect as the previous games. Civilization V was more akin to a “reboot” of the franchise as it has its own distinct identity, one that many casual fans of the franchise might not even notice at a glance.
6/10 Plants vs Zombies
Plants vs. Zombies This game is unique because no other game has ever captured its zany charm or gameplay. Microtransactions have made its sequels pale. The original game was excellent in every aspect, including its character design and gameplay.
A player must defend their home from a horde zombies using a variety of plants. Plants and zombies have a lot of personality and each one has its own gameplay quirks. To top it all, a bopping soundtrack. Plants vs. Zombies It remains one of the most popular tower defense games ever made.
5/10 Baldur’s Gate 2
Baldur’s Gate 2 This is a CRPG in its core and a culmination from all the great things that this genre was capable up until then. Baldur’s Gate 2 is a direct continuation of the player’s story from 1, and the world is very different. Darker and more severe decisions can be made.
You can also expand the gameplay with higher level caps, new spells and weapons, plus an expansion. Throne at Bhaal, that’s huge enough to count as its own game entirely. Fantasy fans won’t be starved for content with this CRPG classic.
4/10 Max Payne 2
Max Payne 2 This is the critically acclaimed sequel for the already famous Max Payne. The gritty noir feel of the original game is continued in this sequel, which has a more exciting story. A lot of players could spend hours simply exploring the apartment building and having fun.
So it’s a good thing there’s a full game that comes right after that stellar first level. Rockstar’s improved physics engine, varied AI, a new playable character in Mona, and a subtle sense of humor scattered throughout the televisions make this a game well worth replaying no matter the year.
3/10 Warhammer 40k, Dawn of War
Dawn of War: Warhammer 42k It was the first entry in the franchise and still holds the record for the most players. The player is given control of a chapter the Blood Ravens on Tartarus. They soon discover that there are more to this planet than just the greenskins.
Arc Words is the best game to accurately represent the series Arc Words in terms of source accuracy. Dawn of War: “In the grim darkness of the 41st millennium, there is only war.” The gameplay and aesthetic perfectly capture those vibes, even if the scale is “only” that of a planet.
2/10 The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
It is widely considered to be the most important game in the history of the internet. Elder Scrolls franchise up to date with “modern” sensibilities. Though certainly still janky in spots, it’s far from the complex gameplay of its great yet certifiably jankier Morrowind.
Oblivion The player will once more be placed in the shoes and circumstances of a prisoner. He is eventually released by fate. The player can then decide their destiny. Whether they’re a lawful knight errant or a profit-driven assassin, Oblivion One of the most well-written RPGs throughout history.
1/10 Half-Life 2
If there’s a PC game that defined the 2000s, Half-Life 2 He is undoubtedly in contention to win that title. Even though he has big shoes to fill, despite the critical acclaim received by the original Half-Life, the sequel didn’t just fill the shoes, they outgrew them and started its shoreline of influenced games.
Half-Life 2 Continue the story of Gordon Freeman the silent scientist in a game which pushes all the technology of its time. One thing was a physics engine like none before, but perfectly integrating it into the gameplay would revolutionize the way game developers design their games for many years to come. Few games have managed to capture the magic of this physics engine. Half-Life 2.