Almost everyone has played a video game or two at the minimum in their life. Well we want to know the most underrated video games out there. Perhaps a game you played years ago and cannot get over how good it was. Maybe an arcade game, perhaps even a discontinued game that no longer exists. Submit your suggestions down below.
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#1 Elite: Dangerous
Elite: Dangerous is an open-world futuristic space simulator. With an almost infinite map, the map is the size of the real universe, you will never run out of exploration. And I mean never. Since the game's release in 2014, the whole playerbase has explored under one percent of the game's star systems. But exploring is not the only thing to do in the game, there is an in-depth fighting system, dozens of different ships, something for both early and late game and everything in between, without forgetting amazing customization of the weaponry and other internals of them, missions of carrying both cargo and passengers, mining for resources, and much, much more. Still the game is mixed/negative rated on steam.
#2 Rocket League
Without a doubt this brilliantly fun and competitively entertaining game is one of the most underrated videos games you will ever play. Since the release, this game has shot its way up to being one of the most thrill seeking e-sport games of all time. With a wide selection of cars and fun game modes to choose from, this game is able to appeal to every type of gamer, from ranked games compelling towards the competitive gamer, all the way to social, fun game modes such as rumble and hoops. This game has everything you ask for and more ! Be sure to check it out.
#3 Age of Empires 2
#4 Kingdom and Kingdom: New Lands
A unique and endlessly rewarding (and punishing) strategy game, Kingdom is an incredibly enjoyable indie title for PC gamers. Combining tower defense, kingdom building and side-scrolling into a pleasantly pixelated experience. Recruit your subjects, build your kingdom and defend against the Greed, which comes in the night to pillage your wealth. Once used to the gameplay mechanics - which the game makes you learn yourself - players can enjoy improving their play strategies with each new session. What's more, in the game's expansion pack Kingdom: New Lands, many new layers of gameplay are added to further enrich your experience, only unlockable as the player progresses to new islands and new levels of difficulty. Whether you're a fan of these types of games or not, Kingdom is a surprisingly welcoming game for players of any experience level, and you'll soon find yourself trying to beat your previous plays again and again.
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