Quake Ii PC Game
The Quake series has always been a schizophrenic one, with the odd numbered games being primarily multiplayer affairs and the even numbered ones being focused on single player – with very little connection between the two. As maths fans will have already realised that means that Quake 4 picks up from the ending of Quake II and once again chronicles the battle between humanity and the alien Strogg.
When it first came out Quake was the cutting-edge of game graphics (in fact lots of new release games still use the Quake III engine) although it's looking a bit dated, you can't deny that this is one of the best first-person shooters of all time even if it does just take the Doom plot and add loads more monsters and heavy weapons. The story is standard aliens/demonic hordes are invading and it's up to you to stop them stuff, the game pans out over four episodes in total, each made up of about eight levels.