so with everythin considered imma post everything here,
first: short catch phrase: Teh Game Hax, we has none of dem.
and for the 1st tier: short intro of 3 games:
1. Gothic- I'll be taking Gothic 3 from the series because I'm currently playing it.
The story continues off Gothic 2, you are a nameless hero, (srsly 3 games and they don't let him say his name) you and your friends land with your boat on the coast of Myrtana, and you find orcs attacking a city, you defeat them and after defeating them, you find out that pirates robbed your ship of all the gold and equipment that you got in gothic 2 (What a Shocker :O , not). The controls are really simple in all. As for the environment, Gothic always had huge worlds for you to explore, with detailed landscapes and a plethora of different enemies, ranging from wolves and crazy chickens, to the undead, trolls, prehistoric monsterdinoshizzlebishes, dragons and giants. The controls are fairly simple and easy to learn. Another good thing about gothic is the infinite inventory, srsly the man is a black hole when it comes to carryin' stuff.The game is very entertaining with loads of quests and it has some great features to it, like creating potions, forging weapons, sharpening them, blessing them or even poisoning them. All in all, the game is very fun to play and it last for a really long time.
2 - Darksiders : meh fuuu it. Had to choose that, runnin out of choices.
Darksiders puts you in the role of War, one of the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse. You are set in a post-apocalyptic world, where you were tricked into breaking some rule of the 7th seal. Hell hates you, Heaven hunts you, and the abyssal council doesn't want anything to do with you. So you set out through it, slaying hordes of angels, demons and other things. The environment itself is, well, good, but barely above the average scale. It has a relatively short learning curve, and can be a really great way of taking yer anger out on hordes of enemies. The game is basically a hack and slash, but it gives you some variety with finishing moves, mounted combat, different weapons, and wrath abilities. The bosses are also well thought of and actually take some thought to kill them. But the game is still relatively easy, it just takes long. The puzzles are the only hard part of the game where you will probably have to use FAQ's and similar things to pass them.
3- Humm let me see - League of Legends-
This game is a reworked version of the popular DoTA map in warcraft 3.
I consider this game better, because of the reworked graphics and champions, together with new models, instead of borrowing them from the original game.
In this game, you play with 2 or 4 other people, depending on which map you play on, against another 3 or 5 players in a match. The maps consist of 2 mirrored sides of terrain, for balance reasons, 2-3 lanes (3v3/5v5 map) with each of them having a couple of turrets on the lanes and with minions coming in waves on them. The main objective of the game is to destroy the enemies Nexus, a building in the middle of the enemy team's base. You can choose from a plethora of champions, around 70+ of them introduced so far, each with his/her unique abilities. You can customize your champions stats by building masteries in the mastery tree, or by putting runes on your rune page. You also have 2 summoner spells that you choose from over 12 different spells, each of them having a different outcome on the battle. There are 2 versions of the game so far, one in North America, the other one in Europe (if ye play it, play it on EU plox). The game's community is a bit, meh, bad, but which online games isn't, but there are a lot of good people too. The game is more fun when you play it with people you know. You customize your character further in-game by buying and forging items from the shop, you better think which items you buy for which character wisely, or you might end up losing the battle. The game is entertaining in it's own way. The matches also usually last around 40 minutes, depending on the skill of the people playing. Champions are unlocked via IP, an in game currency awarded for playing matches, or RP, a cash currency, that is also used to purchase skins for a character. Well, that's it from me, hope you find the time to read all these shts, cuz I sure don't wanna write this for just myself.