UT2003 (and it's stand-along expansion; UT2004)
Diablo, Diablo II
Age of Empires, Age of Kings (and it's expansion; The Conquerors), Age of Mythology
Max Payne 2
Far Cry (The proper Crytek Far Cry, not the imitators)
Crysis (the true Far Cry 2)
The Witcher 3 (the most impressive thing on the PC since Crysis)
Originally Posted by Ithanul
I must be odd ball out. I just could not get into Crysis at all. Sorry to say, but it actually bored me.
Crysis was the last true flagship PC
game, so it will always hold great significance for me. It's what PC gaming was meant to be about: pushing the limits of technology, smooth engines, clean mouse input, proper manual saving, PC-centric UIs, no-nonsense controls...
Crysis wasn't perfect, but it was one last great stride before PC gaming descended into mundanity under the weight of the console ball-and-chain.Edited by Oubadah - 5/26/16 at 1:53am