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Best PC Games 2001 – The best PC games released for PC in the year 2001, including a complete list of all PC games released this year. To see the full list, please view the PC games list 2001 page. Below you can see what we believe to be the best PC games of the year 2001. Have fun checking out the best games selection below.
4×4 EVO 2 (4×4 Evolution 2) is an off-road racing video game by Terminal Reality. It is the sequel to 4×4 Evolution, featuring more vehicles and race tracks. Gameplay consists of the player racing their off-road vehicle against other opponents.
The race tracks feature environments such as canyons, deserts, and other off-road locales. Players can upgrade and customize their vehicles with a variety of aftermarket parts, engine, suspension, wheels, tires, and other parts and modifications. The game features 112 selectable trucks and SUVs ranging from compact to full size from the following manufacturers:
Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, Infiniti, Jeep, Lexus, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Toyota.
Aliens versus Predator 2 is a sci-fi first-person shooter video game by Monolith Productions. It is a sequel to Aliens versus Predator. The game is set on the fictional planet LV-1201.
The player controls one of three characters, each with their own abilities, individual story modes, objectives and weapons An expansion pack titled Aliens versus Predator 2: Primal Hunt was released in 2002. A Gold Edition of Aliens versus Predator 2, including both the original game and the expansion pack, was also released.
Baldur’s Gate II: Throne of Bhaal is the expansion pack for the role-playing video game Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn by BioWare. It adds a multi-level dungeon called Watcher’s Keep to the game and completes the main plot. There is several new weapons, a higher level cap, improved Infinity graphics engine and new class-related features and magical skills.
The gameplay is similar to previous entries in the Baldur’s Gate series, with the player controlling a party of up to six characters, including the main protagonist, who can be custom designed at the beginning of the game. The Character from either Baldur’s Gate or Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn game can be imported. The expansion adds many new features, such as being set in a number of new locations in Tethyr. It has a new level 40 experience limit, new high-level monsters, new items, dungeon and Watcher’s Keep.
Bejeweled is a tile-matching puzzle video game by PopCap Games. It is the first game released in the Bejeweled game series. The game has sold over 75 million copies and has been downloaded more than 150 million times.
The player progresses through the game by swapping one gem with an adjacent gem, forming a horizontal or vertical chain of three or more gems of the same color. Bonus points can be scored when chains of more than three identical gems are formed and when two chains are formed in one swap. Gems will disappear when chains are formed and new gems fall from the top to fill in gaps. Chain reactions are triggered when chains are formed by the falling gems. Bonus points are awarded for cascades.
Black & White is a video game featuring elements of artificial life, strategy, and fighting games by Lionhead Studios. The player acts as a god and takes control over villages across several islands. Black & White features a unique gameplay element, a creature that the player can raise and teach.
The player takes on the role of a god ruling over an island populated by various tribes. Control over the island is manifested in the Hand, an animated on-screen hand which can move or throw people and objects, tap houses to wake their occupants, cast miracles, and various other things. In later patches, the Hand can also be controlled by an Essential Reality P5 Glove (virtual reality glove). An expansion titled Black & White: Creature Isle, and a sequel, Black & White 2 were also released.
Civilization III is a turn-based strategy video game by Firaxis Games. It is the sequel to Civilization II and followed by Civilization IV. The game is based around building an empire, from the ground up, beginning in 4,000 BC and continuing slightly beyond the modern day.
The player must construct and improve cities, train military and non-military units, improve terrain, research technologies, build Wonders of the World, make war or peace with neighboring civilizations, and so on. The player must balance a good infrastructure, resources, diplomatic and trading skills, technological advancement, city and empire management, culture, and military power to succeed.
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