2013 was a good year for videogames, in this year many benchmarks were set by games like Grand Theft Auto V. From kids to youngsters everyone take videogames as best thing for amusement. Videogames not only sharpens our brain but also play a major role in entertaining us when bored. There was lot many games that were launched in 2013 and these games came up with some very interesting names. We have collected 10 best games of 2013 that became a part of our daily lives.
1. Papers, Please (PC)
Papers, Please is a game of the year 2013. The game is quite interesting you are a border agent for an impoverished totalitarian rathole of a country and must examine the documents of everyone who wishes to enter. By comparing their statements to the information on their papers, you determine who gets in and who is turned away. This game really has the potential to change the way you live your life is in how you react the next time you encounter a surly DMV clerk or humorless TSA agent.
2. Gone Home
Gone Home was one of the most successful games of 2013. This is a story of women who returns home after a year to find her family, who is mysteriously absent. There are few questions she finds in a box regarding her family and the answers lie in the scraps you find scattered throughout each room.
3. The Last of Us
The Last of Us is a very impressive game because it’s treading over a post-apocalyptic zombie genre that has been trod to the point of flatness over the past few years. This game is much like last year’s Walking Dead game adaptation.
4. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
Developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment, Hearthstone is liked by people for its sleek interface and a design that makes it incredibly easy to just get lost in a “one more game” spiral that Blizzard is already well-known for.
5. Super Mario 3D World (Wii U)
The best part about this game is that every single level that you enter will be different from the last, populated with some new spin on the run-and-jump formula. Super Mario has put-in lots of good ideas in a game that makes it one of the best games.
6. The Stanley Parable
The Stanley Parable is self-aware game in the sense that it knows what you as a gamer want from it. You expect your decisions to mean something. This game knows about these expectations and abuses them, good-naturedly.
7. Injustice: Gods Among Us
Injustice is a best fighting game you will like to play. This game is among the most accessible fighting games of recent years, finely tuned to appeal to hardcore fighter fans, diehard comic readers, and the average gamer alike.
8. Tomb Raider
Tomb Raider features fantastic plat forming, puzzle-solving, and genuinely enjoyable firefights. This game comes with the astounding quality and intense battles give way to 30 minutes or more of exploration.
9. Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V comes with three protagonists but also three “hometowns,” letting players experience the slums, the Hollywood Hills, and the junkie-infested badlands alike. It is a well-designed game with quantity and quality combined.
10. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Last but not the least Animal Crossing is also a good experience gamer can have. It seemed every 3DS owner in America was busy palling around with a pack of anthropomorphic animals, issuing mayoral decrees and stressing about the proper tree formation to maximize island bug-catching revenue.
There were many more games that were launched in 2013, however above-mentioned games were the best of those all. Many of these games won many awards for their designs and interface or rather unique interface. We hope that these games will give you all the best of experience of Gaming World.