Top 25 PC First Person Shooters

Opening our list of the Top 25 PC First Person Shooters is Star Wars: Republic Commando Throughout the years, the Star Wars franchise has spanned across all mediums. From TV, Books, Comics and of course videogames. LucasArts’ hit or miss games have come a long way. And Republic Commando is one of them. Compared to most Star Wars games with lightsabers and force powers, you play as a Squadron of Clones during the Clone Wars. With your blasters, shoot incoming enemies in your way and progress to the game’s main story. Multiplayer is just like your regular FPS games, and it’s one of the subjects of criticism. Calling it shallow. But nonetheless, it’s still a good Star Wars game among many. It has a PlayScore of 8.41 24. PayDay: The Heist Get off your heroic high horse for a moment, and step into the shoes of PayDay’s hardened criminals.

PayDay plays a lot like Valve’s popular Left 4 Dead series, except with less undead monstrosities and more *just* dead policemen. Barge into the nearest banks with your criminal clown quartet, take out all the money you can get, and mow down waves of lawful men with the game’s satisfying shooting. Repetitive as it might seem, the game manages to keep things fresh with a healthy progression system. Get new guns, and master the art of strategic heist planning. It has a PlayScore of 8.43. 23. Killing Floor 2 One of TripWire Interactive’s most recent releases, this second title to the Killing Floor series brings you a satisfying dose of zombie, I mean ZED killing action. Face off against the horrifying infected, and watch their guts spill out of their rotting corpses. With new maps, modes and graphical updates, the massacres are only getting better.

Gather up to five of your friends for a bloody co-op mode, and fiddle around with an arsenal of new weapons, from improvised guns to technologically devised monstrosities. Even without a story to back it up, it boasts a high replay value that will keep you coming back for more. It has a PlayScore of 8.43. 22. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield Before there was Siege, there was Raven Shield. And that’s before they decided to reboot the Rainbow Six series. Powered by the Unreal Engine 2.0, it was one of the first games to feature a realistic shooting experience. 2003 was the start of games aiming for a more immersive ordeal. Follow the life and times of the elite Rainbow Six team as they eliminate big terrorists out of the map. Go around the world and do whatever it takes to take down these threats. It’s pretty much a counter-terrorism game with badass weapons. It has a PlayScore of 8.47 21. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat Another thrilling acronym-based title for the books. It’s a direct sequel to GSC Game World’s radioactive Shadow of Chernobyl title, and the third in the overall series. It brings us back to the post-apocalyptic wastelands of Russia, but this time, we make a move towards the largely divided city of Pripyat.