Top Ten: Easy But Fun Games

Sit down, switch off your brain and settle in for some entertainment.

By Robin Wilde. Posted 09/03/2013 10:00 2 Comments     ShareThis

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What sets gaming apart from other forms of entertainment is its interactivity. This could come in the form of point-and-click interfaces which tax your brain over your reflexes, or bullet-hell shooters where success is dependent on the player having consumed sixteen cans of Red Bull. Sometimes, though, you want to switch off your brain, not having to worry about how successfully you can hone your reflexes, and bash buttons for hours of mindless fun. Here are ten of the best ways to do just that.

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2 Responses to “Top Ten: Easy But Fun Games”

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    PanurgeJr says...

    The one glaring omission for me is Kirby’s Epic Yarn. Ridiculously easy to play, impossible to die, and so charming I didn’t need difficulty to keep my attention.

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    Robert Marrujo says...

    I remember back when Luigi’s Mansion came out, EGM thought its dual-stick control scheme wasn’t intuitive because it was odd moving with one stick and aiming the vacuum with the other. Years later CoD is the biggest franchise in the world and LM 2 would have controlled even better with a second stick. Smh…

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