As a sequel to the revolutionary Team Fortress Classic, Team Fortress 2 opens an entirely new aspect on the average item-based first-person shooter. While this game was souly created for revamped matches of the older version, it has brought on new methods, skills, and features by exaggerating the classes more so. With plenty of maps and gamemodes to choose from, Team Fortress 2 has taken the title shooter and created something much more. The game itself has frequent updates full of community/VALVe criteria, keeping the TF2 community hot on their heels. These updates usually consist of new maps, weapons, and of course, apparel; hats and miscellaneous items that are commonly traded according to Mannconomy prices or the virtual Team Fortress economy. While this game is true to it's name or simply an item hoarding social gathering, Team Fortress 2 has earned a fantastic 10/10.
Audiosurf is a simple yet complex music-based puzzle game. Its track-like stages provide visual music mimicking notes that you must collect to finish each level successfully. Along the way, you'll find different power-ups and less helpful ones. From over ten game modes to choose from, it's impossible to leave Audiosurf unplayed. It's as simple as opening your documents and selecting a music file. The gameplay is generated in less than a few seconds and the goal is to reach a high enough score to obtain the gold medal. Also, challenge your friends or world-wide scores on song leaderboards after each run. Absolute enjoyment and ease for all gamers simply giving this game an 8.5/10
After surviving a plane crash, you venture upon this mysterious underwater city titled 'Rapture.' Jack, the main character has to explore, coming along power-ups called plasmids in order to take on the enemies he comes across. These plasmids alter genetic material in oneself causing certain side-effects like electricity or ignition. However, there is one major foe of Rapture: Big Daddys. These machines have pets called Little Sisters and once captured, give the player multiple options. To kill them or release them. That is where you choose to take on a good or bad role throughout the whole game. This results in numerous endings, all adding up towards a fantastic storyline and giving Bioshock an easy 9.5/10