The best games are the ones that make you feel like you’re in an epic adventure. There is nothing more exciting than trying to save the world from a great evil or making your way through a dangerous maze. This list takes into account many different aspects of what makes a game epic, and ranks them accordingly.
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- Super Mario Bros 3D World
- Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Epic Games are made by Nintendo, who is also the creator of these classic games.
Some other epic games include: Donkey Kong Country, Super Smash Brothers Melee, World of Warcraft, Angry Birds Rio.
News Report Online gives more information about epic games and their ranking list.
Exactly what constitutes an epic game is debatable. But this list takes into account many different aspects of the games and ranks them accordingly.
These are arguably some of the best video games ever made! They have excellent graphics that often take advantage of new technology; they’re exciting adventures that make you feel like anything is possible; they provide hours upon hours worth of content to keep players busy when not doing their real lives stuff. There are many other fantastic series out there as well; these just happen to be my personal favorites.
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Ocarina of Time is a great video game. It’s an epic adventure that you can’t help but fall in love with, and it will always be up there as one the best games ever made! You play as Link, a young boy who has to travel back and forth through time to stop Ganondorf from conquering Hyrule. Along the way you’ll meet many memorable characters like Princess Ruto or Saria while traversing some beautifully designed dungeons; fighting terrifying bosses such as Gohma and Dodongo; getting lost in Kakariko Village for hours on end thanks to its winding paths; scaling Death Mountain looking for a Goron’s Ruby.
Super Mario Bros
This is another one of the best video games ever made. It was released in 1985 and it has been loved by many since then, including myself! The game takes place on the Mushroom Kingdom where Bowser steals Princess Peach from her throne at the end of every level – as you go through your adventure trying to save her you’ll come across many enemies such as Goombas, Koopa Troopas, Hammer Brothers, Chain Chomps and more! You also get special items along the way like Magic Mushrooms that let you fly or Fire Flowers that allow you to throw fireballs; an Invincibility Leaf which lets you run into enemies without taking damage.
The Uncharted series is another of the best games ever made. They are action-adventure video games where you play as Nathan Drake, a treasure hunter who goes on an adventure to find ancient treasures and artifacts against dangerous enemies with plenty of guns like mercenaries or soldiers. There’s never been one that was disappointing: all three have epic gameplay moments in them; they’re full of cinematic cutscenes and dialogue sequences; there are excellent locations from Nepal to the Mediterranean Sea.
The Last Guardian
This game has always had my heart since I first played it back when I was 11 years old. It’s about a boy named Trico (a giant beast) being saved by a young person named Sothey.
This game is one of the best games ever made because it has a lot of emotion. You can tell that whoever created this was very passionate about their work; there are no words in the dialogue so everything is done through animations and sounds, which gives an extra sense of realism to the whole thing as well. And even though Trico isn’t really all that obedient at first he eventually becomes your loyal friend who will fight for you when enemies attack or help out with puzzles! The gameplay also feels like more than just playing a video game: it’s an emotional experience from beginning to end
Red Dead Redemption II
The game’s mainly about him trying to find his family while he tries to escape from the law. You also play as an outlaw who is wanted by bounty hunters and you have to try not to get captured. This was a really good video game for me because I loved playing with all of the different characters, experiencing dialogue that made them feel more alive than just some people on a screen; there were lots of moments where my adrenaline would rush when enemies approached or I had gotten into trouble it felt like what gangster life in America must’ve been like back then!