PC Gaming is a great way to play games, from fun and unique browser games like Slots Heaven (only adults should use these sites and please do so responsibly), where I spent a good hour playing Blackjack and Pokies which was a great way to kill an hour.
It’s no real surprise how popular online casino games have gotten in recent years, why spend a fortune in big casinos when you can do it at home comfortably, but online gambling games aren’t the only way to experience great games from home, with home consoles and PC’s becoming a huge industry in the last 20 years, arcades have become archaic and unused. Here’s my top 3 PC games, in no particular order:
Metal Gear Solid: Integral
A very old game, of course. One that’s defiantly more well known to be a PlayStation Title, Metal Gear Solid: Integral offered players outside of Japan to experience some extra features. It contained some secret codec frequencies, playing in First Person view, if you wanted to and a Very Easy difficulty mode and Extreme difficulty unlocked right off the bat. The textures and lack of faces remained the same, however, but still the game really did look nicer. Aside from floaty controls and bad frame rates during cutscenes, it was defiantly the definitive version of Metal Gear Solid. While I would say if possible buy a Japanese PS One and buy the Japanese game if you were that interested, if you’re not integral is the way to go.
A kind of fuck you to EA, Cities Skyline was a DRM free version of EA and Maxis’ Sim City. After Sim City was launched with DRM that really made the game unplayable for a while after launch, the pitch forks were sharp and the torches were lit. Servers were down and very few people were unable to log on to play the game they’d bought, things were bad, to say the least. But Cities Skylines came to save us all from DRM and EA’s mistakes and to date is one of the best city building games available. Should you play it, you’d ask, to which I would ask, why you haven’t already. I would definitely say buy this before Sim City.
I’m kind of going back in time here about 10 years, when I played it. It’s been a long time but I remember it being an amazing game. No doubt if I logged in today there’d be too much different stuff and I’d run back to 2006 to play it like I remembered. But if you’re looking for a free browser MMORPG to play, I would still recommend Runescape. The almost endless hours or free content is unmatched and in the event you do finish it all before the end of time, you can subscribe to become a member and unlock hundreds more quests. There’s very little chance you won’t find something to enjoy about Runescape if you like MMORPG’s.