5. S.T.A.L.K.E.R .: Call of Pripyat
This is a testament to a game, although the graphics are not too beautiful, the deep gameplay and the vast virtual world have made many gamers die-hard. In the STALKER game series, the third part Call of Pripyat is still considered the most complete and best part.
6. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Since Call of Duty 1, it is not until Call of Duty 4 that this series refreshes itself and to a new level when transforming from the context of World War 2 to modern war. To say the least, even with many other versions of COD coming out later, they still hardly beat Modern Warfare.
7. Half-Life 2: classic shooters
It would be too big a shortcoming without mentioning Half-Life 2 on this list. Valve’s classic game still has a huge fan base worldwide. The game was released in 2004, so you don’t have to worry about configuration issues.
8. Crysis: top-notch graphics offline shooter
The top-notch graphics is what people still think about the Crysis series, especially when this game was born with such beautiful graphics that many gamers could not expect it to be so beautiful. The first version is still the most rewarding because the later this series loses its quality.
9. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas
Coming to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas, in addition to action, tactical elements also play an important role and profoundly affect the gameplay of the game.
Therefore, in addition to the “crazy” gunfight, you also have to work out a combat plan and control your teammates to move to predetermined targets to minimize the enemy’s attack ability. This is a new point and gives players many great experiences.
10. Bioshock: the best FPS game of all time
Although built in the model of a horror game, Bioshock (BS) does not go in the usual way like a few monsters jumping in your face. The fear that BS brings to the player is confusion from within. This game remains in the ranking of the best FPS games of all time.
Hopefully, with the offline games or shooting game genre, this will help you relax, play anytime on the computer without the need for an internet connection.