starcraft-2-legacy-of-the-void-zeratul-protossIn twenty-first century it is rather hard for people not to play some racing game or something like ‘I’m just walking and killing’, instead of let’s say playing chess which is good for your brain. That’s why there are some fascinating games that will develop not only your analytic skills, but also your reactions, and all that with very nice graphics, and great cinematic. Here are the very best 10 of them that will blow your mind!

1. StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty1041809125

The light bulb, penicillin, mathematics, democracy, and porn. They’re all important inventions, testaments to mankind’s collective creativity and ingenuity. But none of them were ever as much fun as StarCraft. Well, maybe most of them. It’s been about 12 years since the first StarCraft launched. The seminal title was a genre-defining game that cast a shadow over every RTS that followed in its massive footprints. But this week, StarCraft fans finally got the sequel they’ve been waiting over a decade for and it definitely doesn’t disappoint.

2. Command & Conquer: Red Alert 341106_RedAlert3-03_normal

Red Alert 3 breaks new ground in the RTS genre, featuring a fully co-operative campaign while bringing back the series’ light-hearted style and classic, action-oriented gameplay. In Red Alert 3, the desperate leadership of a doomed Soviet Union travels back in time to change history and restore the glory of Mother Russia. The time travel mission goes awry, creating an alternate timeline where technology has followed an entirely different evolution, a new superpower has been thrust on to the world stage, and World War III is raging.

3. XCOM: Enemy Within0

XCOM: Enemy Within is the expansion to the 2012 Game of the Year award winning strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Enemy Within adds an incredible array of new abilities, upgrades and weapons to combat new enemy and alien threats.This expansion pack also introduces new maps, new tactical and strategic gameplay, and new multiplayer content providing a fresh new gameplay experience.

4. StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarmstarcraft_2___heart_of_the_swarm_by_freedom4arts-d5l0qrb

No matter your experience with Heart of the Swarm’s predecessor, Wings of Liberty – first of Blizzard’s planned three StarCraft 2s – it’s the campaign you should start with. Not simply because it does an appreciable job of teaching new players the basic mechanics for one of the game’s three races – the Zerg, the swarmy stars of this StarCraft show – but also because it’s incredibly well put together in its own right.

5.Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II – Chaos Risingchaos-rising

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II – Chaos Rising is the first stand-alone expansion to Dawn of War II, 2009’s popular real-time strategy/tactical role-playing game based on the Warhammer: 40,000 universe. Leaving core gameplay essentially unchanged, Chaos Rising adds a new single-player Blood Ravens campaign, the Chaos faction for multiplayer games, two new heroes for the Last Stand game type, and several multiplayer maps.Even with this caveat, however, Chaos Rising is a gem of an expansion that shines on its own, thanks to immersive gameplay, robust cooperative play, and a delightfully evil tone.



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