5 Games You Can Play Till You Drop

By  | 

Not all games are created equal. Some may be too short, and not offer enough content to justify its high price point. However, some games offer countless hours of gameplay, and gives gamers their money’s worth. These five games are games you can play till you drop.

Fallout 4

  1. Fallout 4

Since Bethesda took over the Fallout game series, they have taken the franchise to new heights. An exceptional amount of choice, and numerous alternate mission paths have made multiple playthroughs a must. With Fallout 4, they have taken the foundation for an already great series, magnified it by ten, and then added numerous creation tools for good measure. Not only will you go on an epic adventure through a post-apocalyptic Boston, but you can rebuild settlements however you see fit. Fallout 4 has enough content to keep you busy for years to come.

GTA 5 Rockstar Editor Video

  1. Grand Theft Auto 5

There is so much to see and do in Grand Theft Auto 5, so you better get started. Aside from completing a compelling story featuring 3 protagonists, Los Santos (a fictional version of Los Angeles) is a huge, fully realized city chock full of things to do. Some activities include drag racing, dog training, tennis, and yoga to name a few. If you get bored with the single-player mode, it features a robust multiplayer mode that offers loads of more content (like Heists and online darts), and more are being added all the time. With this game, you easily get more than your money’s worth.

  1. The Call Of Duty Series

When it comes to this annualized series, you really cannot go wrong with any entry. They all feature a stellar, action-packed campaign with breathtaking moments and amazing voice casts. The multiplayer is so addictive, many people pick up each game just to play this one mode. If that wasn’t enough, most versions feature Zombie mode, a supernatural game of survival. With three amazing modes that could easily be their own standalone games, the Call Of Duty series is easy to pick up and hard to put down.

Halo The Master Chief Collection

  1. Halo: The Master Chief Collection

The Halo series is well regarded, and for very good reason. It contains an engaging story told over multiple games, has many memorable characters and incredible environments. This collection features the first four Halo games, including the campaigns and the multiplayer maps. This means a multiplayer playlist can feature a healthy amount of classic and contemporary maps. If you look back on this series fondly, this is a great way to come back and relive the series. If you are new to the series, this is a great way to see what all the fuss is about.


  1. Minecraft

Minecraft has become a worldwide phenomenon, and for many good reasons. The game’s simplistic, blocky graphics make it so the game can run on just about any gaming console or device. The gameplay is also simple enough that people, young and old, can understand and enjoy it. The game challenges you to use your pickaxe and mine for building materials, and from there you can build anything you can dream up. You also have the pleasure of witnessing a sprawling world filled with other people’s creations as well. Minecraft is not so much a game, as it is a way of life. If you are easily addicted to video games, it may be best to stay away from this title.


You must be logged in to post a comment Login