Top 10 Insanely Addictive Video Games

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fancy a blade in the back courtesy of Catarina number nine Pokemon go who doesn't want to be the very best like no one ever was taking the world by storm upon initial release the urge to actually go outside and be able to catch Pokemon was so strong with some people that it actually led to the occasional human stampede with a new pocket monster literally everywhere you went the urge to head out in search of that elusive dratini or if all of your current team captivated many many fans it's scary to think what would happen if me you too should appear number eight animal crossing new leaf completing mundane tasks inside a quiet village has never been so much fun after being given the position of town mayor players will not only end up investing hours into customizing their avatar as well as their living space but also the environment around them helping out citizens investing in new properties creating your dream town may seem like an arduous task but with the games of level of detail it's far from a chore and that's not even mentioning the three yesses online capabilities letting you easily transition and explore towns created by other players you'll be spending so much time in your new home that the real one wolf kind of seemed like an afterthought number seven Diablo 2 well met noble paladin it's been a while since I've seen any of your kind in the West it would be an honor to aid you in any way that I can bringing back the dark fantasy setting that made the original Diablo such a hit this gothic sequel blends together an improved item system diverse character classes the inclusion of a hardcore setting and most importantly of all the option to play through the entire game in online multiplayer on the cusp of the MMORPG revolution that would soon follow it's easy to see how a digital Dungeons & Dragons esque experience would cause friends to band together and devote their time to taking up arms against the ultimate in vulva Tuesday albeit number six The Sims series there's nothing quite like playing a God in the lives of your favorite virtual family only growing bigger with each entry and the franchise not to mention whole those expansions players were given the chance to create the ideal life for their sims by influencing their careers romantic interests and life goals not to mention built some pretty sweet houses with the ever-increasing size of the sandbox environment and the variety of jobs and household items you'd be forgiven for losing a few days tending to your new fam then again if you're just in the mood to get rid of them all then you can always give death a call number five civilization 5 Guha Kanani eatit Alamelu katana amman an oak Dido Amal Katya – – a cannula you can't just create an entirely new culture and not expect to invest an obscene amount of time cultivating and developing them into the world's next superpower now Kenya as one of the longest-running and most popular Forex video game series this entry was packed to the brim with content and that's excluding the replayability factor in expansions I love game I'm not the bitch whether you rise to the pinnacle of humanity via diplomacy and social convention or through the sheer might of military force each civilization you build is guaranteed to be a unique experience in itself that you can port hours into that is just so long as you don't get itchy trigger fingers with all those news number four the elderscrolls v Skyrim as the Dragonborn you're tasked with stopping the world from falling into the fiery clutches of Alduin as well as preventing a bloody civil war and you know all of that takes time what's so thrilling about Bethesda's magnum opus is that you can ignore the main questline entirely and still have so much fantasy left to revel in from hunting down dragon shouts completing various miscellaneous missions slicing apart every dragon you come across joining one of the many manufactures or just getting blindly drunk your stay in Skyrim will not be a short one fallout 4 offered a similar experience but in this case we're just gonna have to choose sovngarde over the Commonwealth I can't believe it you all dragon ball number three candy crush saga we've all been there we find yourself thinking that a little match-three puzzle game will be an easy way to kill some time and before you know it you're taking every opportunity to have another chance to line up those candies and clear the board in the hopes of reaching the next level its simplicity as its greatest hook and the fact that it's free to play is just cherry on top although those in-app purchases can push this game to dangerously addictive levels with over 2500 levels just waiting to be conquered this particular video game addiction is pretty easy to slip into just be careful with your credit card please number 2 minecraft in its inception this title was nothing more than a sandbox game that allowed players to explore and build their own little world with survival and creative mode offering the initial bulk of the game it wasn't long before players were slaying the infamous ender dragon and building some very impressive constructs with the introduction of online multiplayer however the game has taken on a whole new dimension with user-generated content allowing players to expand their biomes to new heights and with mods constantly pouring in it's no wonder players are practically getting a different game every time they play before we reveal our number one pick here a few honorable mentions number one world of warcraft shall be standing tall as the king of MMORPGs world of warcraft has been in capturing gamers for well over a decade now and shows no real signs of slowing down time is short I will deal with these even Krueger's with a rich lore filled fantasy world players not only have a huge bulk of quests to complete and a wide array of customizable items for their avatar but also expansion packs that feature a massive amount of content in and of themselves throw in the essential factor of multiplayer so you can take on the likes of the Lich King and Burning Legion with your friends and you have the makings of a game that won't be letting you take a break for real life anytime soon do you agree with our list what do you think is the most addictive video game with new top 10s published every day be sure to subscribe to this video is brought to you by legacy of discord furious wings check out the new action RPG for iOS and Android and customized characters for epic real-time battles in both single-player and co-op


  1. I'm a big fan of The Sims from the first game, and I am actually currently hooked on The Sims 4. Mind you I have half of the Expansion Packs which I've been stock piling since the console release and only getting around to it lately. I dont think I would be hooked on the base game alone, not that it isn't very playable, there just isnt enough of anything, but yeah. Hooked, and honestly it might also be that I can play it on Xbox. I'm probably in the minority but I actually much prefer it on console. I've always been a console gamer, never really a PC gamer. I actually have The Sims 4 and the Get To Work expansion on PC, for years and I've barely touched it. The game is addictive. I will eventually have all expansion packs for that game. Its huge and addictive.

  2. Ik world of Warcraft is addicting when I started playing when I was 4 and was playing 5 hours a day when I was 6

  3. My personal list

    Tes: skyrim
    The witcher 3
    Fallout series
    Nier automata
    MonsterHunter world
    Diablo 3
    Persona 5
    God of war (2018)
    Dark souls series

  4. My personal 5
    5. GTA San Andreas
    4. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
    3. God of War 1,2 and 3
    2. Luigi’s Mansion
    1. Any main series Pokémon game

  5. Diablo is addictive but World of Warcraft..WHOOOOOOOOOO THAT game is unreal. Wow is video game crack!!
    Once Boomy always Boomy!! #BoomyForLife

  6. Runescape
    Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2
    Metal Gear Solid 5
    Pokemon Sapphire/Ruby
    Guitar Hero 3
    Forza Series
    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    Ratchet And Clank Series

  7. I hate Candy Crush. I have been stuck on a level for months now, so I keep on spinning the wheel and try to get boosters before I play again.

  8. I miss Pokémon go and I wish it didn’t only last for 2 months 2016 was literally the most magical year of our lives it had great vibes but I can see why people stopped playing it since it was really annoying how u can only find the good stuff in cities but every else u go it’s just pidgeys😂then one terrible update was how if they noticed ur character was walking to fast no Pokémon would show up if u were just a passenger so u couldn’t hatch eggs or catch shit while just sitting in the passenger seat do to accidents on the road cuz of the game

  9. Pokemon go was the only game that got people that I knew that don't even play games 2 obsess over their phone

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