Regardless of whether you’re looking for a great adventure game or you’re looking for something more of a story driven experience, there are some great story games out there. Some of the best story games to check out include Resident Evil: The Last of Us, Life is Strange 2, and Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II.
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Life is Strange 2
Developed by Dontnod Entertainment, Life is Strange is an episodic game series that tells stories about society’s biases. The game series is set in the United States and explores a variety of real-world issues, such as racism, discrimination, and police brutality.
The Life is Strange series is not for the faint of heart. Each of the five episodes in the series takes about four hours to complete. It also has many bugs. The game crashes several times.
IO Interactive’s latest offering, Hitman 3, is the last game in the trilogy that focuses on the World of Assassination. It’s got a rogue-like style, lots of content, and some impressive new locations. It also has some clever new features, including a sandbox map.
Hitman 3 is a lot of fun. It’s a non-linear sandbox game that rewards players for going back to earlier levels. It features one main linear level, as well as five open-ended levels. Each has its own distinct atmosphere. It’s also got some of the best maps in the series.
Despite its highs and lows, the Resident Evil series has produced some of the best games in video game history. This series dates back to the PlayStation. The series has seen a wide variety of gameplay and storylines, and has a hard-core fan base across the globe. Whether you enjoy action, horror, or light gun shooters, there are plenty of Resident Evil games to choose from.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is one of the darkest times in the Resident Evil series. The online multiplayer component of the game was terrible. But the main storyline was a great slow burn build up of dread.
The Last of Us: Part II
Featuring gorgeous graphics and a story that feels like it has been around forever, The Last of Us: Part II is a game that everyone should play. While it’s not as groundbreaking as the first game, it’s also not a retread, and it makes good use of its time.
For starters, it’s been five years since the events of The Last of Us Part I, and the world has evolved. In fact, half of the population has become infected with a disease that turns them into zombie-like cannibals.
Originally a freeware game, Cave Story was eventually picked up by Nicalis. It eventually made its way to the Nintendo WiiWare service and the Steam gaming store. It was one of the first indie games to earn a cult following.
The game’s plot is complex. It involves a robot with amnesia who must explore a cavernous area and solve a series of platforming puzzles. It’s also got a cool leveling system. It uses a combination of randomization and dynamic stat changes to create a variety of settings.
Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II
Originally announced at the end of 2019, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II is the sequel to Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. In the game, Senua travels to the Norse plane and confronts the dark goddess Hela. She is also fighting against a curse that has been placed on her.
The game is set in 9th century Iceland. The story will focus on a Pict warrior named Senua, who is on a quest to save the soul of her dead lover. She also encounters mythical creatures such as the Furies and the deities of Hel.
Whether you’re a veteran of the first two Bioshock games, or are new to the series, BioShock Infinite has something to offer to everyone. It offers an interactive storyline, first-person shooter gameplay, and plenty of different weapons to use in battle. The game has a diverse and open environment, and is full of interesting locations to explore. It’s also got a strong visual art design and an impressive soundtrack.
BioShock Infinite is a first-person shooter that combines magic and first-person gunplay. You play as Booker DeWitt, a disgraced detective who is sent to the floating city of Columbia to rescue his fiancée. Elizabeth is his companion. They are both interesting characters, and their relationship is very well-written.
Endings A to E
Getting all of the endings in a game is no small feat. There are several games on this list that require multiple playthroughs to get all of the hidden content. Some games hide 100% completion endings as DLC and other games can require you to complete early content to unlock the best possible ending.
Nier: Automata is no exception. There are twenty-one alternate endings and only five ‘proper’ endings. However, getting all of the Endings A to E is no easy feat.