My top 10


published on June 4, 2020


My favourite games of all time!


The Pandora Directive

My favourite game series about Tex Murphy P.I. It all started back in 1996 when I played Pandora's Directive demo and soon I added it to my collection. It was the first game of the series I played and I consider it the best game I have ever played. I have played Pandora Directive 4-5 times so far and I'm still hungry to play it again. I have played Under A Killing Moon and Overseer 2-3 times and the rest once. Here is my ranking of the series:
1, The Pandora Directive
2. Under The Killing Moon
3. Tesla Effect
4. Overseer
5. Mean Streets
6. Martian Memorandum


Mass Effect Trilogy

A space opera better than Star Wars! Enough said!
My ranking of series:
1. Mass Effect 2
2. Mass Efffect
3. Mass Effect 3


Heroes of Might and Magic III: The Restoration of Erathia

I have spend countless hours on this game. Never actually stop playing since its release date. The greatest strategy / RPG.

Black Dahlia

My #2 adventure game. Insane difficult, but the immersion and atmosphere are exceptional! A true masterpiece!

The Witcher

I love the whole series, but for me, the first game it's the best! Don't misunderstand me, the whole series is a solid 10! Definitely the best RPG out there.

Master of Orion II: Battle at Antares

My favourite turn based strategy is actually a "space opera" Civilization. A classic 4X game with many paths to victory and great customization, without being overwhelming at the same time.


realMyst: Masterpiece Edition

I had played original Myst in 1997, but I was very frustrated back then, especially due to its problematic interface, but I really loved the series when I played the realMyst. Now it was clear -thanks to 3D environment- where you can move and the immersion was far better.
Riven, the sequel to Myst, is simply a masterpiece and even now it looks astonishing. I'm looking forward to play the rest games of the series. Meanwhile I played also Obduction, the last Cyan's title that continues the legacy of "creating worlds" !

Indigo Prophecy

Known also as Fahrenheit, it was the first game of Quantic Dreams that set the standards for narrative games. It had many innovative features at its time, like the morale indicator and it dared to be more adult-oriented than average games.

System Shock 2

I played it in 2017 and it was astonishing even 18 years after it's release. The immersion was unique and this game should
I missed the chance to play the first System Shock when it came out and it hasn't aged very well. I'm looking forward for the remake!


Many games competed for the last place in this list ( Gabriel Knight, The Longest Journey, Deus Ex, X-COM, Cognition to name a few), but I couldn't leave this masterpiece out. Unique artwork and sound, bizzare setting, cute characters, challenging puzzles, balanced gameplay, funny, emotional and much more! If you want to start playing adventures, look no further!

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