Submitted by john2 853d ago | opinion piece

DSOGaming - User's Articles: Games with unique gameplay

Vojtech Hovorka writes: "It is very hard to be successful and recognized in today’s gaming market. There are hundreds of new titles released each and every year, and while most of them are as mediocre as they can get, there are still some games / franchises that should not be forgotten. A lot of young gamers who came in for fun are running in circles, hunting for games with the best graphics and the best ‘movie feel.’ While graphics and ‘overall feel’ are important, there is nothing more important in games than their gameplay. In this article I will look into some titles that deserve to be remembered. Most of them will be old, and perhaps you may have never played them. My goal with this article is to show you that age and graphics are irrelevant to good gameplay mechanics. After all, there is nothing quite like the following games." (Arma: Cold War Assault, PC, Retro, System Shock, System Shock 2, Thief, Thief II: The Metal Age)

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