If you want to be a better all-rounder, practising any of these acclaimed and multifaceted titles will give you a new edge
Most video-game fans tend to get into habits when we play. We favour certain genres, and then we play them in a certain way. Some people will buy any military shooter that comes out, then spend 20 hours running madly into gunfire, armed with a default assault rifle. Others will spend hours sneaking around an open-world adventure, planning every attack from the safety of distant bush. Most games are built so that they seamlessly accommodate those habitual behaviours.
But a few either actively seek to wrench you out of your comfort zone, or are so varied and interesting that they make you want to try new things. Fewer still are so beautifully designed they provide you with truly transferable skills, allowing you to take the things you’ve learned to a variety of subsequent games.