Top 10 Games That’ll Make You Think

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Top 10 Games That’ll Make You Think
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Woah…like…just like…woah dude. These are the games that will have you scratching your noggin and expanding your mind as you play em – the smartest of the smarty pants games that make you really ponder the some of the most existential of questions…or just begin to hate humanity. Welcome to and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Games That’ll Really Make You Think!

#10. “Deus Ex” (2000)
#9. “Braid” (2008)
#8. “Spec Ops The Line” (2012)
#7. “DayZ” (2013)
#6. “Prey” (2017)
#5. “Metal Gear Solid Sons of Liberty” (2001)
#4. “BioShock” (2007)
#3, #2 & #1: ???

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42 thoughts on “Top 10 Games That’ll Make You Think”

  1. i know this is technically cheating but the fallout series made me think a lot. it really brings to question just what would happen after society were to die off and they really delve heavily on what an anarchic society would be like from man returning to the bottom of the food chain to how man would delve into archaic ideals like tribalism and slavery to even showing how now history itself is destroyed which means that there really is no way to learn the mistakes of our past meaning and there are possibilities of repeating those mistakes due to not having said knowledge

  2. Spec-Ops: The Line was sadly overlooked by many. The gameplay was good enough, but the story was really good.

    I beat Prey and I never really struggled with the whole "human vs. alien" argument when upgrading powers. It was a good game, but it didn't really make me think too hard.

    This War of Mine is very good. It has a fairly easy to understand system, but as time goes, the decisions became difficult for me. On my first (and only playthrough), I chose to steal food when my group was starving. The scavenger was shot and killed. Another member left because of the situation, and the final member got depressed and died in their sleep. It affected me so much that I don't even want to go back to it. However, it's a great game and I will definitely try to do better my next go around.


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