1. Combat Fight one on one with opponents, up close and personal. You need good reflexes, and the ability to use the controls for all kinds of fighting moves. 2. Sports Play real-world sports like baseball, basketball, soccer, and more. As you work up through the various skill levels, your game will involve mimicking real professional athletes and how they move. The most popular sports games are usually based around specific popular sporting events. 3.Role-Playing (RPG) If you love fantasy, you will love role-playing games. You get to act out the part of the main character, be the hero, etc., and make decisions that go along with the games’ story lines. Many of these games have narrative guides. 4.Puzzle These games appeal to those who love to solve difficult puzzles. There are many levels, from beginner to expert, and games usually have coloured shapes and simple actions. These are brain games, with no action involved. 5.Simulations These games involve taking control of real-world vehicles, including tanks, ships, and aircraft. You learn how to control these vehicles, and use simulation games that can also be used to train professionals. In fact, many pilots are trained using airplane simulators before they actually take flight.