Best Online Games of 2013 (Part 1)

Gaming changed forever, when the Internet became a added component to the formula. Connectivity allowed players from across the globe to not only work together but crush one another in the name of competition. The year has almost come to an end, so we are going to honour the best of online games on the PC.

Age of Wushu

Age of Wushu

Released April, Age of Wushu quickly gained a following and garnered rave reviews from players and critics alike, despite being yet another MMORPG set in ancient China. One thing everyone agrees is that, while this game hardly breaks any new ground, it’s fun all around and the stable servers facilitate this experience.

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Scarlet Blade

Scarlet Blade

This MMORPG turned many heads due to its portrayal of its female characters, which were titillating, to say the least . While most got into the Scarlet Blade due its to gratuitous amounts of boobs and butts, the gameplay and story actually does manage to hold its own. Furthermore, it’s free, so there’s little to complain about.

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Firefall

Firefall

Another free-to-play MMORPG/Shooter that has garnered a buzz among gamers is Firefall. Here, you are tasked with having to win back Earth by defeating an invading force called the Chosen. You take the fight to their home world in a desperate attempt to repel the melding and save Earth from being transformed into a Chosen planet. Extensive character customisation and engaging gameplay are just some of the reasons why you should give this a go, not to mention the fact that it is free.

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Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto Online Grind

To complement its already sublime single player experience, GTA V introduces a whole new world of Los Santos, by pitting all experienced criminals, in this case, the players themselves against one another to become the ultimate crime lord. To achieve that objective, you will have to form gangs and wreck havoc upon everyone else.

Call Of Duty: Ghosts

Call of Duty Ghosts

Call of Duty single-handedly cornered the online first person shooter market with its yearly iterations. As a franchise that has spanned over a decade long, it would seem that players have yet to tire of its formula, which remains more or less the same throughout the years.

 

 

 


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