The best games that changed my life, for better or worse.

With over two dozen titles to choose from, it’s no surprise that the selection of these games is varied and deep.

With that said, we’ll take a look at the games that shaped the course of my life.


The Sims 4 The Sims series has been around since 2002, but it took a few years for SimCity to really catch on, so when The Sims 3 came out, the game went from being the most downloaded game in the world to having a solid cult following.

After a few games, EA decided to make a sequel, but with the release of SimCity 2007, the franchise had a bit of a falling out.

SimCity was not only the first game to ever feature the concept of an in-game career mode, but also one of the first games to make use of the cloud service, which is what ultimately led to the game being banned from Origin and Steam.

However, this was a temporary setback, as the series is back on Steam and EA have been releasing new versions of The Sims and SimCity since then.

This is one of my all-time favorite games.


The Walking Dead: Season 1 The Walking Wild series has a great deal of similarities to The Sims, as its a game that can be played by anyone with basic computer skills.

Unfortunately, this game doesn’t have the same cult following that The Sims has, but this game has still been a massive success.

After making a name for itself with its zombie survival sim, The Walking Home, The Sims Series quickly turned into a hit with gamers who loved the unique gameplay and the stories that were told in the game.

The series also spawned several spinoffs including The Sims 2: Pets and The Sims Pets 2.


The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Majora is a game whose world was created by a young programmer named Keiji Inafune.

In the game, you play as Majora and guide her through the game world in a quest to rescue her kidnapped father.

Although Majora herself is an incredibly popular character, the games world is still mostly populated by young kids and teens who enjoy playing the game and finding their own unique adventures.

In addition to the series, the Majora series has spawned several video games including The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Majora, The Legend OF Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and The Legendof Zelda: Skyward Sword.


Grand Theft Auto V Grand Theft Autos, or GTA, is one the best selling video games of all time.

The game was created in 1999 by Rockstar, who went on to create several other series including Grand Theft Car, Grand Theft Baseball, and Grand Theft Cars.

GTA also spawned a series of movies, most notably Grand Theft Phone, Grand Prix, Grand Pursuit, and others.

GTA’s greatest success was the creation of Grand Theft Bay, the first of many GTA games to be released on Xbox One.


Star Wars: The Old Republic: Legion This series has inspired many a Star Wars fan, and the series has helped fuel many other games.

For many players, the MMO has become a staple of their gaming habits, and it’s the series that helped popularize the term “star wars.”

The series, which was initially created for the Xbox Live service, has continued to grow with a steady stream of expansions, expansions, and expansions.


The Old Empire, or Empire, series is another MMO that’s seen a resurgence with players who like the series for its unique gameplay.

For the most part, this series has remained on the same basic template as its predecessor, The OldRepublic, but the series continues to add new elements to its MMO, such as online play, leveling, and other online features.


The Simpsons: Tapped Out It may be hard to believe, but The Simpsons is one a staple in the gaming world.

The show has long been associated with the internet and it continues to be popular today, despite having been canceled after the 2010-2011 television season.

The internet itself was created on the internet, which has helped shape the internet’s core concepts and how it functions.

Themes and themes like “culture” and “culture of the absurd” have been used to describe the internet since the beginning.

With The Simpsons, it was this connection between the people and culture that gave rise to the internet itself.


The Last of Us: Left Behind This is the first installment of the Left Behind series, a series that’s been released in 2017 and is set in a post-apocalyptic setting.

The setting is a very different one to the first one, and has a lot of elements that are very different from the first Left Behind.

For one, Left Behind is set during the year 2077, and as such, the events and characters are much more similar to what we see in our world now.

The Left Behind world is heavily influenced by what