If it wasn’t for the Nemesis System, Shadow of Mordor would be a very generic game that introduces nothing new and if you enjoy the freeflow combat mechanics, there’s a lot to love here.
Hatred is a game with a lot of potential but just seems to miss the mark.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein has some issues but it’s a great shooter with an excellent sense of adventure.
Wolfenstein: The New Order and The Old Blood take the series in a new direction and at the same time, deliver exhilarating gameplay.
Wolfenstein is a very underrated title and is easily one of the best games in the series.
Quake II is another excellent shooter from id Software and also completely unrelated to the original game, minus the name.
A seemingly forgotten game with a huge focus on extreme over-the-top violence.
One of the greatest games in the Resident Evil series with gameplay that’s designed around the controls.
Quake is considered a classic and rightfully so. It’s only disappointing to know the series would become very inconsistent with sequels that share no real relation to the original game other than the Quake name.
Doom 3 is a great game, just not a great Doom game. The changes made in the BFG Edition may be a positive or negative, depending on your preference.