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Top Games that Made 2014 Enjoyable for Gamers

Every year brings with itself the anticipation of a year of superb gaming that about to set, and a year of amazing gaming that beckons. Before you lose yourself in the rainbow of all kinds of games slated for release in 2015, let's have a look back at the games that made 2014 such a memorable and enjoyable year for gamers from across the world. Whereas some huge launches such as the latest Tomb Raider multiplayer edition failed to make the waves they wanted to, some quirky zombie and vampires games made all the news. The gaming platter for gamers has some irresistible delicacies from the stables of the biggest game makers and most popular categories such as action, multiplayer, role play, puzzle and arcade. So, here's a toast to celebrate the most special games that made their presence felt in 2014.

Watch Dogs – the future of action gaming.

Watch Dogs

Ubisoft has been at the forefront of coming up with futuristic gaming titles that run in to several sequels! Watch Dogs is the latest project from Ubisoft, bringing to the fore the most futuristic gaming experience from the action gaming category. The Chicago setting of the game is awesome to experience, and the realism in the gaming effects is bound to blow you away! Take a shot at this one only if you don’t mind getting addicted to Watch Dogs for the year to come! The PC version of the game could be out anytime soon, and Uplay promises to deliver the most unforgettable gaming experience for discerning gamers. Hunt down enemies in terms, work hard to get more weapons, enjoy unexpected twists every minute; all this and more with Watch Dogs, the most contemporary gaming flavor for 2014.

Everquest

Everquest

Almost something on the lines of the gaming classic called World of Warcraft, this MMO rendition is Sony's way to thank the gaming fraternity in 2014. Offering aggressive graphics and an engaging soundtrack, this game has been the fancy of all gamers in 2014. Engaging game-play and the free for all entry makes Everquest the gaming favorite of many, and has indeed made contributions in making 2014 a gamer friendly year.

Fallout: New Vegas

Fallout- New Vegas

Fallout: New Vegas brought in a fresh change from the ‘go anywhere you want’ ideology of the Fallout 3 game. Bringing in a new look to the post-apocalyptic RPG domain, this first person shooter is all set to stir fans again. A very complex storyline, exciting new characters, and leveling system that makes game play all the more rewarding and gratifying are the few spices that have made Fallout: New Vegas the success that it has become. Developing your character’s strength over game play duration, venturing into terrains with tougher contestants only when you’re prepared to do so, and kicking arch rivals when you’ve actually spent sweat to be powerful enough to beat them-all these are unmatched flavors of Fallout: new Vegas.

Assassin’s Creed Unity

Assassin's Creed Unity

Arno Dorian is a French assassin who finds his way through the deceptive streets of inviting Paris, in a storyline based in 1793, deliver a gaming experience to cherish and remember for you! Assassin’s Creed Unity is a stroll down the memory lane for Assassin’s Creed series lovers, and an experience that’s rife with flavors of the yore to new gamers. Side missions for gamers to venture into, open world setting that is awesome for gamers that want to explore their gaming environment, and a strong storyline make Assassin’s Creed Unity the superpower that it has become in 2014.

Prototype 2

Prototype 2

For adventure gaming lovers, and for those who loved Activision's Prototype 1, here's a winner that made 2014 so exciting! James Heller has set out to destroy the ravaging Backlight virus that’s wracking havoc all across the country, and it’s for you to decide whether he will succeed in his missions or not. Roam about the free country if you’re not in the mood for a fight, block the daylights out of mutants, use the most futuristic weapons ever made and used in any game, and experience everything else that made Prototype 1 such a success with gamers, all this and more with Prototype 2.

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