The Best Games from the 2000s

The world of gaming today is astonishingly advanced and every new release is breaking the boundaries of quality gameplay. The technology has enabled us to buy high-performance PCs, laptops, get the latest Playstation or Xbox. These devices are capable of enduring games that demand high specs and allow you to have the best gaming experience ever. This year, one game blew our minds and it is a big favorite to be the game of the year – Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. But, we are not here to talk about the latest games. We wanted to give you a nice throwback and revive some good memories by bringing you some of the best games from the 2000s. Let’s check out our top picks.

Facebook Texas Hold’Em

Although this game came late in the 2000s, it had a massive impact because millions of people on Facebook were able to play it for free. This game was the forefront of the rise of online gambling sites that enabled people to enjoy a nice casino game from the comfort of their homes. These days, online casinos offer great games and excellent prizes for every player that visits their site. If you want to check them out, signup here.

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell

The best thing about Splinter Cell was that even though it was a great game, it didn’t require high-performance computers. The first installment came out in 2002 and it rocked the world instantly. This was one of the first games where instead of having to shoot your way through, the emphasis was on stealth, concealment, and shadows. The game starts when the presided of Georgia is assassinated and the USA sends agents to investigate the situation. That is when the situation complicates and the fun begins.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted

Most Wanted is the most iconic racing game ever made, along with NFS: Underground 2. After the massive success of Underground 2, EA had to develop a game that will have something unique, and boom – Most Wanted blew our minds. The plot of the game starts after you race the 15th person on the so-called Blacklist and try to move forward. But, your car (the legendary BMW M3) is sabotaged and you lose the race. From that point on, you start over and take on the Blacklist to try and get your car back. 

Age of Empires III

This is the game that made everybody a killer strategist and a conqueror that had the chance to discover the fountain of youth. Age of Empires II had 3 campaign modes that took place in different ages. The goal of the game is to create a civilization and beat the opponent in a war. The plot follows the story of the Black family. The three campaigns are called Acts. The first one is Blood, then comes Ice, and lastly, Steel.

GTA: San Andreas

And finally, we have the most iconic game of all time. San Andreas follows the story of CJ, who comes back to Los Santos to go to his mom’s funeral. He is a former thug who was a part of the Grove Street Family. But as he comes back, he sees that the situation is much worse than when he left. As the game progresses, CJ learns more about the city’s big corruption and has no idea what he got himself into.