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Best for: When you need an immediate, incendiary burst of 'Holy crap I can't believe that just happened' multiplayer FPS action.
Whether you play for 20 minutes or three hours, Law Breakers will give you plenty to holler about.
Law Breakers is also one of the best-maintained 'live' games we've seen in a long time.
Developer Boss Key is taking a refreshingly pro-active, communicative, community-minded approach to the game's upkeep, pouring constant updates, tweaks and additions into it alongside its already revealed roadmap of (free) expansions for Law Breakers' opening months.
If you side-step the genre's wireframe origins – expanded in our 43-year history of first-person-shooters – let's start with the granddaddy: the original, 1993 Doom.
While not the first FPS, developer id's shooter is a masterclass in intelligent, cleverly-paced level design, alongside deceptively strategic gunplay - while also establishing id as the premier gun 'feel' craftsmen in the industry.
Headed up by key members of Rare’s Goldeneye team, TS2 is a history-spanning, thematic pick 'n’ mix campaign skewering movies - and even Goldeneye itself - with endless, brilliantly observed pastiche.
From stupefying discovery to trusty reverie, from somnambulistic epiphany to wild, sensual indulgence, and anything in between. The Japanese have a word (ma) for this interval which gives shape to the whole.
From a toe dipped in the aural bath, to waves of energy washing over you, and complete immersion.
And of course, let's not forget our undead friends lurking in the Zombies mode, which gets an entire city in Black Ops 3.
Best for: A night (or week, or month) of fast-paced, highly-competitive running and gunning, or anyone who wants to see Jeff Goldblum as a zombie-slaughtering magician.