The Top 15 Completely Legit/Free Games!
By Karl D - Fri Jul 29, 8:27 am
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That’s right, we’ve searched every corner of the internet to find the best free games, but we’re not talking about those cheap flash games you’d find on Miniclips, no Sir. We mean the kind of games you used to pay $50 for, the kind of games that have taken the world by storm and the games that are perfect to kill ten minutes of your time. We hope you find something you like:
Grand Theft Auto
The game that made Rockstar Games the company it is today. GTA II also available for free
Super Mario Crossover
Imagine controlling a legend like Megaman or Samus in the classic Super Mario Bros game, you don’t have to imagine anymore!
The longest running free-to-play MMORPG, it must be doing something right if it has survived for 10 years. Now in HD!
The game that made The Behemoth big, spawning its own console version and paving the way for Castle Crashers. Brutally hardcore…people with low dexterity beware.
The Elder God of competitive First Person Shooters is now available to play right from your web browser!
Robot Unicorn Attack
“Always I wanna be with you, make believe with you and live in harmony harmony oh love!”…
Pokemon TCG Online
Remember when you were 9 and you used to scream bloody murder until your parents bought you another pack of these cards? They’re gonna wish this game was around back then.
Back to the Future: Episode 1
Still on the fence about whether or not you should buy this game? Try out the first chapter now for the low low price of $0, that’s cheap enough to make you let out a “GREAT SCOTT!”
Full Spectrum Warrior
Originally used as a training simulator in the US military, it eventually found its way into gamers hands in 2004. A fitting way to remember Pandemic Studios.
Lord of the Rings Online
Starting out originally as a subscription-based MMO. Lord of the Rings Online has now gone free-to-play. The setting of Tolkein’s high fantasy Middle Earth is a perfect fit for the MMO formula.
Command & Conquer: Red Alert
Released by EA as freeware in 2009, C&C Red Alert is considered one of the best real-time strategy games, mixing science fiction with an alternate reality WWII.
Want the chance to create your very own superhero that doesn’t involve running down your street with a bath towel for a cape? Now’s your chance! This MMO has an impressive amount of customization in character creation and it’s a damn fun game too!
Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
Counting down the days until Skyrim is released? You’re not the only person. In the meantime why not take a look at one of the earlier games. Fun fact about Daggerfall; you might not think so but the open-world is 500,000km². That’s over one thousand times bigger than the world of Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion!
Battlefield: Play 4 Free
In one final attempt at stealing the CoD crowd away from Acitivision before the release of the stunning-looking Battlefield 3, EA has released a free, slimline version of Battlefield’s multiplayer for PC. Try it out today.
Team Fortress 2
Released as part of the Orange Box back in 2007, Team Fortress 2’s popularity skyrocketed thanks to its interesting art direction, hilarious characters and 9 different ways to play and is now completely free on PC.
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LoL isnt free sadly lol, Most people will start to play it for free… but sooner or later, they will want a skin. Its science.
Americas Army 2 & 3 ? – ArmA 2 Free?
Age of Conan?
Fail at no LoL… but I guess it isnt exactly free when I've spent like $6000 on it.