Dear God. You guys need an introduction to "how to buy a monitor".
There's two important things you see in monitor specs: panel type and backlight type.
TN - cheapest, you get colour shift under angles, fastest response times (2ms or around that), ###### colours and contrast
VA (M-VA or P-VA) - one of the rarer types, really deep blacks, reasonably good colours and pretty good viewing angles, nowadays also pretty fast
IPS - most accurate colour-wise, best viewing angles, a bit slower in response times (10ms-20ms typically), most calm to look at because of the viewing angles
CCFL - uses a lot of power, used to be able to get deeper colours, not used anymore
LED - power-efficient, nowadays just as good, all you'll find. Yes, every IPS/VA/TN monitor will have a LED backlight. Even if the specs don't list it.
Other important things to know
All flat panel monitors you buy nowadays are LCD, and they are all TFT too. All TN, VA and IPS monitors are TFT, and all TFT monitors are LCD. They're not exclusive. LCD is the large group, TFT is the most popular subset, and all the other panel types are subsets of that. So basically whatever you see (TFT/LCD), it's all the same. The panel type (TN/VA/IPS) is what matters.
What do you want to game?
Probably a TN monitor. They're fast, have the least issues with ghosting and aren't too expensive. If you have an nVidia GPU you could go for something with G-sync to get much smoother gameplay without the need for or performance loss you get with v-sync. What one exactly? Go for something recent. Asus has good ones, Dell too. Go to your favourite webshops, link a few you like at first sight and I'll tell you more about them. There's so much choice it's hard to recommend just a few.