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Experts Tell Us the Best of Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Of Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

This product was recommended by Johnathan Smith from CamperGuide

The best games for 2021 is “The Wither 3: Wild Hunt.” The Best RPG game made so far. You play as a bounty hunter. You set your own goals and choose your own destinations. The storyline is brilliant. Interesting characters, real life facial expressions and emotions of its individual characters. Attention to details and powerful graphics that makes you feel that you are part of the game plus the music that compliments every scene of the game makes it more outstanding

Asmodee Dobble

This product was recommended by Laura Bais from Julie’s Cafe Bakery

Dobble is a fast game that you won’t be able to stop playing. You need to spot the same symbol on two different cards, have good reflexes, and be ready to either win or lose at the very last moment. It is so simple, but fun for every occasion – whether it is a party or family gathering.

VIVOHOME 48 Inch Foldable 8-Player Texas Poker

This product was recommended by Janet Coleman from TheConsumerMag

While we’d all love to have the space and funds to buy a full-sized poker table, it’s unlikely to happen. Aside from the stomach-churning puns, this folding poker mat comes complete with green felt, cup holders, and chip trays, allowing you to give any table the true poker treatment. You only need to bring your own cards and chips, and you’re good to go. When the game is over, the whole thing collapses and fits into a handy carrying bag.

48in Competition Sized Foosball Table

This product was recommended by Janet Coleman from TheConsumerMag

This foosball table comes with everything you need to get started, including two balls, a playing field, and a bunch of miniature foosguys on sticks. It even has two cup holders, which any foosball player knows is a sign of a well-thought-out foosball table. Just remember to always follow and enforce the cardinal rule: no spinning.

Pop-A-Shot Official Dual Shot Sports Arcade Basketball Game

This product was recommended by Janet Coleman from TheConsumerMag

Nothing shouts let’s do this like an arcade basketball set, which is a dive bar favorite. A twin hoop model is a sensible choice if you have the space; you can’t exert dominance over your guests with just one hoop.


This product was recommended by Eden Cheng from PeopleFinderFree

Hades is a critically acclaimed title that happened to win the 2021 game of the year award and for very good reason. It is a classic coming-of-age story that is based on Greek mythology and the game’s protagonist is Zagreus, who happens to be the son of Hades. In the game’s synopsis, Zagreus is trying to escape the underworld as he tries to reach the surface and as players take on the role of Zagreus, you find yourself dying dozens of times over your quest, but it is something you quickly get used to, once you start to master new weapons and perfect your escapes against impossible odds. It is undoubtedly one of the best games you could play on PS4, as it offers you an unforgettable campaign of despair, struggle, triumph, and ultimately , a great sense of satisfaction, upon completion.

Hasbro Games Trivial Pursuit Family Edition

This product was recommended by Harriet Chan from CocoFinder

The trivial pursuit gives a whole treat for your entire family. There are separate cards for kids and adults to play this game. The cards contain questions in large numbers that count about 600 for kids and 600 for adults. This game enlightens the players, and this fun-filled question session makes the player learn many things innovatively.

Rummikub Six Player Edition

This product was recommended by Amit Raj from The Links Guy

The standard version has a maximum of 4 players but now there’s a new kid on the block suitable for six and it’s the best ever. My family loves this game, it is very easy to learn and helps with Math for my younger nieces and nephews in the family. There is a lot of strategies as well as some luck involved so you never know who’s going to win until it ends.

Destiny 2

This product was recommended by Jonathan Tian from Mobitrix

Destiny 2 has had several issues over the years, but things have improved with 2018’s Forsaken update and 2019’s generous free-to-play offering Destiny 2: New Light brought in new gamers. You may farm for great gear, PvP in the Crucible, or study the ins and outs of the latest uber-challenging Raid with pals in Destiny 2. Bungie’s excellent gunplay is at the core of it all. Damn. Satisfying.

Sea of Thieves

This product was recommended by Jonathan Tian from Mobitrix

Best pirate sim ever. Sea of Thieves casts you and your companions as scallywags free to cruise the ocean. You might carry commodities between ports for a faction. You may collect treasure maps and dig for loot. You may just have fun on deck, each performing a merry tune on an instrument. The bold might even load their guns, climb the mast, and use their spyglass to look for other crews to sink. Just avoid a Kraken. Those will rip your boat apart.

Apex Legends

This product was recommended by Jonathan Tian from Mobitrix

Apex Legends was a surprise release that revolutionized the way we think about battle royales. Teams of three could use a ‘ping’ mechanism to flag objects, adversaries, and regrouping areas without utilizing a headset. It’s still the most excellent co-op battle royale, with class abilities that work well together — use Bloodhound’s smoke grenade to blind your opponents as Bloodhound tracks them through the fog. If you haven’t played it in a long, you should go check out the new maps.


This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

All this death and violence – wouldn’t it be good if a game encouraged community and cooperation? Minecraft is just that. Don’t be fooled by the simplicity: Minecraft is a sophisticated survival game where you must gather materials to tame the wild and build a home. Or go into accessible build mode and make anything you want; gamers have built everything from King’s Landing to working computers. Sure, you can do it all alone, but where’s the fun?

Monster Hunter World

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Monster Hunter World is one of the best action games out there, and playing with friends makes finding and building the best gear even more fun. The star is combat. You must hunt creatures through a lush, beautiful world before fighting them. Enemies are intelligent, agile, and realistic, yet if you work together, you can defeat even the vilest of animals. The steady flow of new things keeps the grind from becoming monotonous.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the best online Mario Kart to date. You can play Grand Prix, VS Race, and Battle modes with 11 friends or randoms through WiFi. If you thought beating the computer was exciting, wait till you beat a human opponent.

Final Fantasy IX

This product was recommended by Geninna Ariton from Trendhim

RPG players have always loved the Final Fantasy games and this one is on the top of their list. It offers different gameplays and a fast-paced story that everyone will love.

Aliens Fireteam Elite

This product was recommended by Tony Kay from Live Life Healthily

The game Aliens Fireteam Elite is a one man shooting game in which there are dangerous monsters, you and your buddies have to shoot them down and rescue the survivors. The interesting part is that you have the loot as well using which you can improve your power, marine builds and weapons as well. This is basically inspired by a 1980’s action movie. Despite not being suitable for all ages due to excessive blood and killing, the visuals and the graphics are awesome.

UNO Family Card Game

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

UNO is a traditional family card game that is simple to pick up and a lot of fun to play! Match one of your cards to the current card revealed on top of the deck by either colour or number in a race to decrease your hand. Use unique action cards like Skips, Reverses, Draw Twos, and colour-changing Wild cards to outsmart your opponents. Don’t forget to yell UNO! when you’re down to one card. This entertaining family card game is appropriate for adults, teenagers, and children aged 7 and up. The UNO Tin has 112 cards and instructions in a durable tin that is ideal for storage and travel.

DOS Card Game

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

This thrilling card game encourages two to four players to compete alone or as a team in this interesting card game. The objective is to be the first to discard all of your cards, and exceptional WILD cards alter the game’s dynamics. While matching numbers is the most crucial, matching colours earn you BONUS points as you race to a score of 200. You get points for cards left in your opponents’ hands if you go out first! Don’t forget to yell DOS! when there are just two cards left.

Resident Evil Village

This product was recommended by Andriy Shvets from MacKeeper

Resident Evil Village is a new chapter in the story that comes with even more action, thrills, and a kick-ass storyline. The graphics, the story, and the gameplay are all fantastic, and it’s a very well-rounded game from one of the best franchises. It’s easy to get immersed in the story, and the combat feels amazing for such a cutting-edge game. I would highly recommend it for all the fans of horror survival games.

Pictionary Game

This product was recommended by Nikki Webster from Brit on the Move

Every person can relate to images that make this game easy to join for anyone. The concept is like charades; only you have to draw your cards word and then have your partner or team guess what you’ve drawn. This is a hysterical game to play as you crack up laughing at each other’s interpretations via their drawing skills (or lack thereof).

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Written by Zak Parker

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