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1. Bodycount (2011)
Bodycount (2011) is an action-shooter game developed by Codemasters and Fireproof Studios. It came out on 30-08-2011. It was published by Codemasters. The game is rated as "Meh" on RAWG.
You can play Bodycount (2011) on PlayStation 3.
Platform: PlayStation 3
2. Saints Row: The Third
Welcome to Steelport, a city that’s been torn by the three violent gangs. And seemingly, only another violent gang can stop them. After merging with Ultor Corporation after the events of the second game, Boss and his lieutenants became a corporation of their own. And now, after a run-in with the corrupt police forces, when they’re in the hands of the Syndicate, alone and cut out from the gathered wealth and support, 3rd Street Saints have to start from the bottom.
While being a third person action adventure game, Saints Row: the Third is described by developers as the game that has everything in it. While the base game is reminiscent of GTA type of games mechanically, shifting tone and frantic story create the comedic and exciting atmosphere. A long line of DLC adding to the game not only unique missions, even by the Saints Row standards, but customization items, transport, and outfits. Reviews adore the lack of serious tone and gritty realism.
3. Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the third entry in the franchise and takes part as a prequel to the original Deus Ex. To save his life, Adam Jensen, a former SWAT officer must fill his body with augmentations. Humanity has battled any threat to it and now live in a cyberpunk world of future. When a new form of augmentations must be revealed, Sarif Industries is attacked by the group called the Tyrants. When Adam tries to save the facility, group leader Namir heavily wounds Jensen and kills Megan Reed. David Sarif saves Adam's life, and he places augmentations in his body making him a supernatural human being, Jensen must investigate the problem of extremists in the modern world.
One of the key features of the game is a flexible storyline. Based on your actions, the game will actually react to it by hiding some subplots or changing the main plot a little depending on your subject choices. The gameplay on its own is a stealth shooter with a big using implemented use of augmentations and experience system in order to level up your abilities.
4. Call of Duty: Black Ops
Call of Duty: Black Ops is a first-person shooter, a seventh installment in the series altogether and a sequel to Call of Duty: World at War. The game takes place during the Cold War and shows different historical periods of it.
The main character is a CIA agent, set out on different classified missions and tasked with eliminating enemies if needed. The story in the game is complicated, featuring characters from the previous games, and historical figures like JFK and Fidel Castro. Despite its emphasis on the scenario and real-world plausibility, Black Ops doesn’t lack in gameplay terms, as the combat system is, as established in series, extensive and realistic. The graphics are made for the player’s highest level of entertainment, with massive special effects and excellent quality of every detail.
Call of Duty: Black Ops features a trademark multiplayer system, with different game modes, competitive play, and cooperative maps. The players can earn ranks for their performance, unlock new customizable weapons and different perks for use in the upcoming battles.
5. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
The eighth Call of Duty game overall is the sequel to Modern Warfare 2 and is set in an alternate reality of the modern era. In the campaign mode, the game continues the Modern Warfare storyline about an American spec ops squad Task Force 141 fighting Russian nationalists.
The player will control different characters on various military missions across the world. The protagonists from the previous part, Soap MacTavish and John Price, appear in certain missions but are sidelined by several new playable characters, most prominently, the Russian former Spetsnaz operative Yuri. Terrorist leader Vladimir Makarov, the villain of Modern Warfare 2, returns as well, and is trying to provoke the start of World War III. The player’s missions this time will be centered around protecting the West against Makarov’s attacks.
The game introduces a new Survival mode, in which the player repeals wave after wave of eternally respawning opponents. This mode allows for multiplayer co-op for two players. The traditional multiplayer mode was revised as well, adding a new reward mechanic, Pointstreaks, in which the player can choose between three sets of rules, called “strike packages”, to count his or her points.
6. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
The gameplay of the game is based on intense strategic battles between the Navigator and the defenders in a limited space. Locations in the game consist of a multi-level object (for example, a multi-storey building), inside which there are defenders, and the area around it, where the attackers begin.
Destruction is at the head of the game mechanics. The surrounding objects are created with maximum realism, the degree of damage depends on the calibre of the bullets used by the players or on the total power of the laid explosives. Walls can be destroyed, creating new firing positions and shelters. Optimal use of the potential of destruction often becomes a guarantee of victory. Defenders can limit the ability of attackers to destroy, using kits to strengthen the walls and the device of some operatives.
The primary game mode - multiplayer, normal or rating. During the game in the last mode, the player is assigned a certain rank, and parameters such as the ratio of kills/deaths and wins/losses are recorded in his profile displayed in the game.
Destiny is a first-person shooter featuring MMO-elements with much attention paid to online raids and shared-world mechanics. It is the first game in the series produced by Bungie — the studio is mostly known as the Halo series creator — and followed by Destiny 2, released three years afterward. The original title also has 4 DLC packs.
The game is centered around the Guardian — main playable character divided into three classes: Hunters. Warlocks and Titans, each with unique abilities. The main peculiarity is interfering in other's games. Nonetheless, unlike other MMOs, the game does not include communication with all of the server — just with the team that is matched for him or her.
The game emphasizes PvE and PvP types of play the first one being divided into strikes and raids, while the latter is the typical FPS multiplayer type. Strikes are the quests played by three characters with the boss in the end. Raids, on the other hand, are story-related, implement six players and also contain boss in the end.
8. Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty: Black Ops II is a first-person shooter, a direct sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops that features its protagonists. The story is divided into two time periods. It starts in 1986 with Alex Mason that has to return to work after his retirement to catch Raul Menendez, responsible for multiple crimes. The second storyline takes place in 2025; you play as David, Mason’s son, who also needs to find Menendez who sparks the second Cold War. The game has several endings depending on your actions in both storylines.
The campaign mode in Black Ops II is also selected in two parts. There are story missions, where you can make decisions that will affect the future of the characters. Additionally, Strike Force missions, available in 2025, feature permanent death - if the character is killed, you can’t return to the checkpoint, and have to continue the game without them.
Like two previous games in the series, Black Ops II has the Zombies mode with a completely new story. It starts with nuclear experiments in 2025 Nevada that cause the appearance of zombies.
9. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
This post-apocalyptic game that spawned the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. franchise is inspired by (but not really based on) the 'Roadside Picnic' novel by brothers Strugatsky and Tarkovsky's movie 'Stalker', borrowing some of the terms and aesthetics from both. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl is set in Ukraine, in the infamous Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Several parts of the open-world setting were modeled after the real Chernobyl surroundings, including the power plant and the city of Pripyat, although designers took some liberties. The bleak environment and dark ambient music help to create an unsettling atmosphere of this place.
According to the backstory, in 2006, the second Chernobyl disaster occurred, turning the surrounding area into post-apocalyptic ruins, full of grotesque mutants and time-space anomalies. The "stalkers" in this world are the explorers who wander The Zone in search of valuable loot. You play as the Marked One, a stalker who lost his memory. All that remains of his past is a memo that says “Kill Strelok”. The Marked One will have to learn more about himself, Strelok, The Zone, and its mysteries. The plot is non-linear, and there are multiple endings that depend on the quests you completed earlier.
10. Sniper Elite V2
Sniper Elite V2 is a third-person tactical shooter, the second installment in Sniper Elite series and a full-fledged remake of the first game. The game takes place during the Battle of Berlin in 1945. You play as an American military officer and skilled sniper Karl Fairburne on his mission to neutralize German scientists involved in the development of V-2 ballistic missile.
The gameplay encourages the player to kill enemies from a distance, without being noticed. Karl can have numerous different weapons, including machine guns, pistols, traps and others. However, his primary weapon is his sniper rifle. Developers intended to make shooting sniper rifle more realistic than in other games. Several elements affect shots such as the wind direction, bullet drop, and so on.
One the game’s key features is “X-Ray Kill Cam.” It activates when the player makes the skillful shot and shows the bullet trajectory, an impact it made on the enemy’s body and the damage that its organs took.
Following the plot of the game, you play as a Point Man, who works for F. E. A. R. - a fictional special forces unit, which is forced to resist the rebel squad of cloned supersoldiers. He also faces a supernatural threat - Alma, a ghostly creature in the form of a little girl. The game consists of 11 episodes with an epilogue. As for the plot, it is completely confused until the end.
One of the primary abilities of the player is to slow down time. Being in this state for not so long, you can see the traces of flying bullets, move faster and get an advantage in battle.
The whole game comes from the first person, and the camera never shows the player from the side. Also, the game is often criticised for the fact that the primary action levels take place inside the buildings, not in the open area. But the player can attack the enemy from anywhere, hiding behind a wall, or create a shelter for additional protection.
12. Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
One could call Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days a modern art project and be correct. Dog Days is the continuation of infamous Kane & Lynch: Dead Men. This time the player controls Lynch - a psychopath who now lives in Hong-Kong with his love Xiu. Kane, the protagonist of the first game, comes to Hong-Kong in hopes to get some money by smuggling guns to Africa together with Lynch, but at the very beginning of the game Lynch decides to do a little job with local mafia and Kane accidentally shoots a girlfriend of influential mafia person and everyone, starting with local hooligans, police and then military turns against the two.
Kane & Lynch: Dog Days differs from all the other third person shooters by its original visual style and presentation. Everything what player sees is filtered by lo-fi visual effects and so everything looks like filmed with an old and cheap digital photo camera. The screen is shaking all the time, censuring wounds of shot enemies, colors of screen drastically changes when Lynch is wounded. The rhythm of the game is insanely quick to the point where it gets surreal.
13. Star Wars: Republic Commando
The game is set in the Star Wars universe during the Old Republic era. The player assumes the role of a Republic commando who leads his group of four Clone troopers, the Delta Squad, through various military missions. You only directly control the commander of the squad, Delta-38 aka Boss, the other three characters are AI-controlled NPCs that you can give orders to. They are known only by their codenames and have different specializations: Sev is a sniper, Fixer is a technician, and Scorch is explosives expert. The player is not fully identified with the main character, and if Boss is shot down, the player can order his comrades to revive him or to continue on with the mission. The level is only considered failed if the whole Delta Squad is down.
The plot revolves around the Clone Wars that was fought between movie Episodes II and III. The Delta Squad fights against the Separatist forces on the various planets, among them Geonosis and the Wookie homeland Kashyyk. A few classic Star Wars characters make appearances, most prominently, General Grievous as a boss and Master Yoda at a mission briefing. The game’s soundtrack contains the excerpts from the Star Wars film score, some original music, and a song by Indie Rock band Ash.
14. System Shock 2
The game is set in the distant future of 2114, 42 years after the events of the original System Shock. We are onboard the spaceship Von Braun that returns from humanity's first interstellar expedition to Tau Ceti system. The plot follows the main character who awakens from the cryosleep, with no idea what's going on. The rest of the crew was affected by some disaster that either killed them or turned into brainwashed slaves of an alien entity called The Many. The only other survivor is presumed to be mysterious Dr. Janice Polito, who instructs the player via radio. To survive and find out what happened, the protagonist sets out to explore the dimly lit corridors of Von Braun, encountering his former friends mutated into abominations. The player can use guns, but ammunition is scarce, which forces the player to use it prudently and move ahead with caution.
The game was created by Ken Levine, the Irrational Games founder and famous designer behind such titles as BioShock and Thief: The Dark Project. System Shock series was a major inspiration for Bioshock series, which is considered its spiritual successor, as well as, to some extent, Portal series.
15. STAR WARS Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast
The Legacy of Star Wars Dark Forces™ and Star Wars® Jedi Knight lives on in the intense first-person action of Jedi Outcast.
As Kyle Katarn, agent of the New Republic, use your Lightsaber and the full power of the Force to combat a new evil plaguing the galaxy.
Wield over 8 Force abilities including the Jedi Mind Trick, Force Lightning and Force Grip.
Choose wisely from an arsenal of 13 weapons including disruptor rifle, thermal detonators, trip mines and Wookiee bowcaster.
Play on-line with 2-32 players or against a variety of AI Bots - and gain an additional 7 Force powers.
Test your skills in 24 single-player missions and in 6 different types of multiplayer games including Jedi Master, Holocron, Capture the Ysalamiri, Duel, Deathmatch and Capture the Flag.
Interact with legendary Star Wars characters such as Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian (featuring the voice of Billy Dee Williams as Lando.)
Developed by critically acclaimed Raven Studios and powered by the Quake III Arena engine.
16. Shadow Warrior Classic
1997 classic Shadow Warrior is a genuine specimen of a Doom-like first-person shooters craze that took place in the 90s. Coming from the developer of Duke Nukem, the game uses the same slightly modified engine and uses 3D voxels instead 2D pixels.
Master Zilla, head of the Zilla Enterprise is planning to conquer Japan using his minions from the “dark side”. At this point, Zilla Enterprises gained control over every major industry in the country. You play as Lo Wang, a bodyguard for Zilla Enterprises, that suddenly realises the dark nature of the company he is working for and leaves it behind. But Master Zilla is not letting go that easily.
Gameplay wise Shadow Warrior did no changes to Duke’s formulae: you roam three-dimensional levels, killing enemies and solving basic puzzles. Lo Wang can use Japanese-themed weapons such as katanas and shurikens, as well as traditional for the genre firearms: UZIs and etc. This is a slightly remastered version of the classic.
Singularity is a shooter game developed by Raven Software.
The protagonist is Captain Nathaniel Renko, a part of a U.S. Recon Marines group. The action starts from an uninhabited island called Katorga-12.
An electromagnetic surge from the island hits an American satellite, and the unit goes there to investigate the place. Another surge damages the crew’s helicopter; Nathaniel is the only person who stays alive. He fades out to find himself in the past. At this point, the plot twists; every event in the past has an impact on the present. Back in 1955, Nathaniel meets Nikolai Demichev, a Soviet scientist working at Katorga-12. Further on, Renko and Demichev run against each other during the whole story; their interactions are at the core of the game.
Singularity is the first-person shooter; the player performs the protagonist's actions. The main gameplay device is not a weapon, but an artifact called the Time Manipulation Device. Using that, the player can move the protagonists and objects around back and forth in time. At some point the player has to make choices; they affect the game result. The game also has multiplayer modes; the player can perform either as a soldier or as a creature, one of the individuals inhabiting Katorga-12.
The game’s concept is based on the Cold War era. Some features are inspired by exploration of military bases back in the 20th century and by sci-fi movies.
18. Quake IV
Quake 4 is a first-person shooter developed by Raven Software, the fourth installment in the series and the first Quake game not developed by id Software.
Storywise, Quake 4 is a sequel to Quake 2 and continues the story of the war between humans and cyborg alien race Strogg. You play as a Marine Corporal Matthew Kane, a member of elite Rhino Squad. The squad participates in the invasion on Strogg's home planet, but their spacecraft gets crushed in the middle of the battle zone. Now the protagonist must reunite with his team and finish the mission.
The gameplay shares many similarities with previous entries in the series, however this time, the game is much more single-player focused. The single-player mostly consists of fighting with aliens in different locations on foot with occasional differences such as turret sections or mech missions. One of the most notable differences in the game comparing to the rest of the series is that most of the time you are accompanied by the squadmates that help you fight enemies. The player has 12 weapons to choose from, most of which are recurring from the previous games such as nailgun, shotgun, railgun, blaster.
The multiplayer includes six different game modes: Deathmatch, Tourney, Capture the Flag, Arena Capture the Flag and DeadZone.
CounterSpy is an indie stealth game developed by Dynamighty.
The game is inspired by the 60s style spy movies such as the James Bond series or The Man from U.N.K.L.E. Set in the Cold War, the player controls a spy that infiltrates the military bases of rival countries.
The game is a 2.5D side-scroller but the players are able to target their weapons in a three-dimensional space. The main objective is to prevent the enemy from launching nuclear missiles. The players have to be cautious as getting detected affects the DEFCON status of a country in which the player is at the moment. If the player gets detected too often, the country enforces DEFCON 1 and launches uses its nuclear weaponry. The players can abort the launch if they make it in time, which results in completion of the level.
Throughout the levels, the players can collect intelligence, which serves as an in-game currency. Intel is spent to buy ammo, upgrade your weapons or buy new ones.
20. Blacklight: Retribution
Blacklight: Retribution is a multiplayer only game in the cyberpunk setting, a direct sequel to Blacklight: Tango Down. Aside from the tutorial level and matches against bots with human teammates, there is no single player content. Current game modes include not only staples of the genre like Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and King of the Hill, but there is also a twist on the formula in case of Kill Confirmed mode. Players will have to kill enemies, but in order for the kill to count, it’s necessary to collect tokens from them. Teammates can pick up tokens from their friends in order to deny the kill points for the enemy team.
Later added Onslaught and Siege modes brought more gimmick objective-based gameplay to the game. Total of sixteen maps of different sizes, complexity, and styles, which on top of the fully customizable equipment and appearances allows players to find unique look and playstyle, fitting for them.
21. Killzone 2
Killzone 2 is an FPS developed by Guerilla Games and the second part of the main trilogy with two additional titles being released for the handhelds: PSP and PS Vita and one unnumbered sequel — Shadowfall. The game features typical FPS attributes: covers, vehicles and much shooting.
As the player proceeds through the trilogy's storyline, they encounter a decades-long conflict between the Helghast and Vekta. Let alone two planets, both Helghan and Vekta are dwelled by humans after the Earth became uninhabitable. Killzone 2 explores a superplanet conflict through the eyes of Vekatn officer named Tomas "Sev" Sevchenko who is eager to find out the reasons conflict have burned up.
One of the main attraction of a gameplay part is multiplayer — the first installment has not starred it. Online game reminisces the main story: the players play a role of either ISA or Helghast commander trying to defeat the opposing team. There are a total of 14 maps (8 being distributed on disc and 6 via DLC), 15 weapons and 7 classes in total.
Platform: PlayStation 3
22. Zombie Army Trilogy
NOW INCLUDES ALL 8 CHARACTERS FROM THE LEFT 4 DEAD GAMES!
“Co-operative multiplayer done right.” - Eurogamer
“Proven shooter mechanics and a real sense of fun.” - Wired
"A generous wodge of the most enjoyable kind of schlock horror shooting on PC." - PC Games N
The cult horror shooter series comes to an apocalyptic conclusion with an epic new third chapter, a heart-pumping new horde mode, and remastered editions of the best-selling Nazi Zombie Army 1 & 2.
In the dying flames of World War II, Hitler has unleashed one final, unholy gamble – a legion of undead super soldiers that threatens to overwhelm the whole of Europe. Fight alone or team up to save humanity from the zombie menace in this apocalyptic third-person shooter!
Battle through THREE epic campaigns across 15 demon-infested missions. Play solo or fight back to back in online co-op for 2-4 players. Dare you take on one of the most intense and challenging third-person shooters in gaming?
Face gruesome enemies with iconic weaponry and powerful explosives. Dismember the undead to give yourself a fighting chance, and experience every putrid lung burst, every rotten bone shatter with the infamous X-ray Kill Camera.
The ultimate horror package – alone or with teammates
- Experience THREE nerve-shredding campaigns across FIFTEEN missions of intense third-person action.
- Take the fight to the undead alone, or team up in 2-4 player online co-op.
- Face your fears in the brutal new Horde Mode for 1-4 players, across 5 blood-curdling maps.
- Defeat harrowing legions of zombies, armoured skeletons, fire demons, chainsaw-wielding elites - and worse - before facing the demonic Führer himself!
- Shred the undead with genre-best rifle ballistics, powerful firearms and deadly explosive traps.
- Wince as your bullets shred the insides of the undead in gruesome detail with the return of the series’ acclaimed X-ray Kill Camera.
Customise your carnage
- Choose from 16 playable characters, including all 8 survivors from Left 4 Dead 1 & 2!
- Perfect your play style with CUSTOMISABLE loadouts - pick your favourite weapons and explosives.
- Customise your DIFFICULTY and add enemy multipliers. Surely you would never brave “X4” on Sniper Elite difficulty ... or would you?
Recut. Remastered. Unleashed.
- Includes the first two Nazi Zombie Army games like you’ve never seen them before.
- Pick apart zombies with the new DISMEMBERMENT mechanic and bathe in a bloody glow of NEW graphical effects, NEW audio, NEW enemy animations ... and more.
- Play your favourite missions from ANY campaign in ANY order in ONE unified online community.
23. Gotham City Impostors
Hatched from the twisted minds at Monolith Productions, Gotham City Impostors is a download-only multiplayer FPS that pits violent vigilantes dressed up like Batman against craven criminals dressed up like the Joker in open warfare on the streets of Gotham City.
- Why fight crime when you can kill it… Gotham City has gone insane! Batman is up to his pointy ears in unwanted "helpers" determined to dish out their own bloodthirsty brand of vigilante justice in his name (and image). Meanwhile, a small army of self-appointed junior Jokerz has turned the streets of Gotham into a barmy battlefield of bullets, bodies, and bear traps.
- More customization than you can shake a shotgun at… Packing more customization than you can shake a shotgun at, you get to choose the guns, gadgets and even the hairdos that fit your personality and play style. It doesn't matter if you want to be a mighty muscleman on roller skates with a hunting bow or a lithe lassie packing a homebrew rocket launcher and glider wings, Gotham City Impostors does not have rigid character classes and lets you play the way you want.
- 1000 levels of player advancement overflowing with upgrades and unlocks… A robust level up system lets you unlock all the items required to make your impostor as crazy as you desire. Whether you prefer to develop your impostor by proving your prowess in solo challenges designed to test your skills and reflexes or by battling your way to the top of the scoreboard in several delightfully over-the-top multiplayer modes, there's a surefire way for you to realize your preposterous potential!
24. The Darkness
The Darkness is a first-person action/horror shooter with a twist: You are the horror! You will step into the shoes of Jackie Estacado, a mafia hit-man who becomes the latest bearer of the Darkness, a powerful demonic entity, on his 21st birthday. Having his fill with life as a thug and struggling to control the Darkness you must use your newfound powers to put an end to your “Uncle” Paulie Franchetti, the don of the family, and get out of the mob. Featuring an assortment of both earthly and otherworldly guns as well as powers that allow you to conjure demons and manifest the Darkness into a variety of lethal elements, The Darkness will take the FPS genre to the next generation.
25. American McGee's Alice
Shortly after Alice returned from the miraculous trip through the Looking-Glass, her house was burnt down, and her parents died in the fire. Alice was the only survivor of the terrible accident. After repeated attempts at suicide, she gets locked up inside a mental institution and is slowly wasting away there before she is summoned to Wonderland again by the White Rabbit. But this time it's a Wonderland gone seriously bad and gory. The only chance for Alice to restore her peace of mind and find out more about the death of her parents is to fight through Wonderland and free it from the evil powers.
26. SWAT 4
SWAT 4 is a first-person tactical shooter that puts the player in command of a Special Weapons and Tactics team. The campaign consists of 13 deployments that range from simple warrant service to hostage situations involving heavily-armed terrorists, and it is the player's duty to minimize casualties on all sides.
27. Aliens: Colonial Marines
In partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and developed by critically acclaimed studio Gearbox Software, Aliens: Colonial Marines will bring new levels of bone-chilling suspense and adrenaline-filled action to the renowned franchise. The game pits players against the universe’s ultimate alien killing machines, the Xenomorphs, in claustrophobic environments guaranteed to produce blood curdling thrills.
HDTV screen resolution: 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Network Players 2-12
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28. America's Army: Proving Grounds
America’s Army Proving Grounds is a free military game provided by the U.S. Army. The game is a part of America’s Army series.
The player performs as an infantryman, a part of a Long Range Combined Arms – Recon unit. The plot is based on the U.S. intervention in the Ostregal Islands as a call for defending the RDO Government which was struck by the Czervenians. The U.S. forces landed on the Islands to engage in police action and reconnaissance operations.
This is a classic first eye tactical shooter. The player is given certain tasks to perform as a part of the unit.
The aim is to stay alive in campaigns and fulfill each task. It is possible to change the character’s appearance even though the customization system is quite small. There are a few weapons including M4, M16, standard sniper rifle and shotgun. Maps are not too huge which makes it easier to go through a match. The maps vary in landscapes and size. Each one provides its benefits: it is possible to hide behind the trees in the forest mode or hole upon the earth in the field. The player is free to choose the very own tactics, be it the perfect stealth, merging in the terrain, or be it the classic get-through shooting campaign. The gameplay includes medical help; if the player is injured, it is possible to bandage yourself or wait for help.
29. Alien Rage - Unlimited
Unleash a fury of powerful weapons as you blast your way through armies of Alien forces hell-bent on taking you down! Battle through 14 intense levels and prepare to face a barrage of beastly-sized bosses that will test your every skill. Each of your 10 weapons comes with two firing modes and you’ll need all of them! Battle hardened Alien forces will attack you from every direction using various flanking and attack moves. Built with powerful up-to-date graphics technology, awesome physics, destructible environments… experience a truly intense, oldschool styled shooter game!Key Features
- Wide variety of Alien enemy forces including Infantry, Warriors, Flying Drones, Spiders
- Huge boss fights – Over 21 enemy types including 8 beastlysized bosses to challenge and destroy through 14 Levels
- Strong thru-the-gun experience with 10 powerful weapons each with two firing modes
- Skill shots, head shots and shooting accuracy heavily rewarded
- Player-triggered destruction of environments and cover helps to advance through levels
- Built with powerful up-to-date graphics technology, awesome physics, destructible environments
Team-based, capital ship combat perfected. Dreadnought is a free to play, sci-fi warfare game that puts you in command of million-ton capital ships for tactical matches in space and over planetary surfaces. Plasma broadsides, Goliath nuclear torpedoes, and long-range Tesla cannons are all part of a broad arsenal you can employ against your enemies. The game is a free-to-play full game experience with no Pay-to-Win mechanics.
In this online multiplayer, action shooter the deliberate combat pace gives you time to think and react to an evolving battlefield. You will take into combat a selection of ships and loadouts which gives you the opportunity to respond to the opposing team’s fleet composition and strategy.
When your enemy is within weapons range the sky lights up with an assortment of lasers, missiles, and cannons that you must contend with. Your ship is equipped with an energy management system that gives your crew the ability to activate shields, increase engine speed, or put all power to weapons to increase your damage output. Through cunning ship configuration, effective energy management, ship positioning, and an intimate understanding of your weapon systems, you can lead your team to victory!
As you play, you earn credits and experience to unlock over 60 ships and over 150 weapons and modules across five tiers.
"Have you tried Dreadnought? Best free game out there. Graphics are awesome, kinda feels like I'm stealing by playing this one" - JPanman
"Boom. Straight facts right here! Dreadnought is awesome, free to play, and not pay to win! " - @Elite_CR
"At first i didn't think I'd EVER like the corvette ships... turns out, they're a whole lotta fun! Dreadnought is a blast (pun intended)" - @TrashPandaGrr
" I'm here to say that Dreadnought, the free to play large spaceship biffing game, is fun as hell and very pretty " - @badthingsliker
"So very proud to represent Dreadnought! Every time I get online and interact with the amazing community they have, I am reminded how lucky I am!" - MTNrhyno
Command million-ton capital ships in 8v8, team-based combat
Tens of thousands of possible combat loadouts allow you to define your own play style
Unlock over 60 ships across 5 classes and over 150 weapons and modules
6-point, customizable cosmetic slots and hundreds of thousands of color, decal and pattern combinations give you the freedom to personalize your ships
Create a Captain avatar and customize with full outfits that suit your background
Fight across space lanes, starbases, and even planetary surfaces
Respond to the opposing team’s composition by changing ship and loadout to better answer the dynamic needs of the battlefield
Deliberate pace of combat gives you time to plan your strategy and carefully execute it
Z-axis combat reminds you to look up and down in addition to left and right
Multiple game modes including classics: Team Deathmatch, Onslaught, Conquest, or customize your own unique match!
New game modes (e.g. Havoc, co-op PvE missions)
Reworking the user interface
Beam weapon revamp
Game server refactoring
Daily login bonuses - Come back daily to get better and better rewards
Prestige system - Show off your experience and gaming prowess to other players
In Dreadnought, you can never “buy power” and there are no "pay to win" mechanics.
Ship customization purchases can apply to all ships in a given class through all tiers.
We develop and release regular game updates
Ongoing bug fixing, balance and quality of life improvements
Regular community streams will inform about upcoming changes and development updates
We listen to our players. Tell us what you think and want to see - we will take it into account
The game is currently in Open Beta. At Steam launch, all current players will be required to have a Steam account and complete a (painless) one-time accounting linking process. New Steam players post-launch will need to complete the same process. Again, for existing players/players who choose to play before Dreadnought is available on Steam, your progress and balances will remain intact from now on through the transition to Steam.Add us to your Steam wish list to be informed when Dreadnought launches and follow us to receive updates on ongoing development.
31. James Bond 007: Blood Stone
The Games on Demand version supports English, French, German. An international conspiracy has placed the UK’s most secretive bio-chemical project into deadly hands, and only Her Majesty’s most lethal agent, James Bond, can unravel the mystery. To navigate through layers of corruption, you, as Bond, will embark on a global chase that will have you battling on land, sea, and air through Athens, Istanbul, Monaco, and Bangkok. Nothing is what it seems as each adventure reveals a deeper more sinister conspiracy. Engage in precise cover™ based gunplay and tactical firefights, and speed your way through explosive adrenaline-fuelled driving sequences. Become Bond as he engages in intense hand-to-hand combat and uses his environment to finish off enemies. Take the battle online in 16-person multiplayer mode that requires skill, teamwork and strategy as you compete in matches that will have spies battling mercenaries. In the fight to prevent the world’s most dangerous weapon from falling into the wrong hands, you’ll need to be the ultimate secret agent.
32. The Suffering: Ties That Bind
The Suffering: Ties That Bind is an action-shooter game developed by Surreal Software. It came out on 25-09-2005. It was published by Midway Games. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
You can play The Suffering: Ties That Bind on PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The game is sold via GOG.
Noah Raymond Heller produced the game. Richard Rouse III directed the game. It was scored by Boyd Post and Erik Aho.
33. I.G.I. 2: Covert Strike
As the Cold War drew to a close, the world believed that peace would reign across the globe. It seemed that a new age had dawned, an age of lasting unity between nations, but this was not the case. Instead the fight for global supremacy had only been forced underground into the battlefield of covert ops and evil acts of terror.
Into this arena sprung a new force. Masked behind the guises of subterfuge, plausible deniability and information management, the Institute for Geotactical Intelligence raised the sword against those who would subjugate the world. Though the malignancy of terrorism has broken our world on occasion, the global crucible has not yet boiled over into World War III. For that thank the one-man army David Jones and the forever-unsung heroes of IGI.
Multiplayer notice: online multiplayer mode is available after register your unique CD-key for the game. For details see: Support.A great first-person shooter with a touch of stealth Over 30 authentic weapons Create you own plan and find your own way through the challenging campaign
34. F.E.A.R. Platinum
F.E.A.R. Platinum includes the original F.E.A.R. and its two addons: F.E.A.R. Extraction Point and F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate.
Be the hero in your own cinematic epic of action, tension and terror. A mysterious paramilitary force infiltrates a multi-billion dollar aerospace compound, taking hostages but issuing no demands. The government responds by sending in a Special Forces team only to have them obliterated. Live footage of the massacre shows an inexplicable wave of destruction tearing the soldiers apart. With no other recourse, the elite F.E.A.R. (First Encounter Assault Recon) team is assembled to deal with the extraordinary circumstances. They are given one simple mission: Evaluate the threat and eliminate the intruders at any cost.
F.E.A.R. Extraction Point
Extraction Point kicks off where the original game ended – with a bang. As the helicopter which the F.E.A.R. team is on attempts to leave the vicinity, it instead winds up crashing. The F.E.A.R. team is thus forced to seek out an alternate extraction point, all the way battling the now free Alma and her paranormal minions across a destroyed city.
F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate
As the first F.E.A.R. team and Delta Force fight for control of the situation, a second F.E.A.R. team is sent in to shed some light on Armacham Technology Corporation's (ATC) dark past. As a member of a secondary F.E.A.R. team, you are brought in to discover more information regarding the secret project at the ATC facilities.Hyper-stylized combat for breathtaking cinematic quality action
Gripping supernatural storyline for spine-tingling intensity of play
Advanced graphics and physics for visceral movie-like experience
Enemies with special abilities and A.I. so intuitive it’s like battling living, breathing players
Categories in common with F.E.A.R. Platinum: Shooter
35. DOOM Eternal
As the DOOM Slayer, you return to find Earth has suffered a demonic invasion. Raze Hell and discover the Slayer’s origins and his enduring mission to rip and tear…until it is done.
Experience the ultimate combination of speed and power as you battle your way across dimensions with the next leap in push-forward, first-person combat.
Slayer Threat Level at Maximum
Armed with a shoulder-mounted flamethrower, retractable wrist-mounted blade, upgraded guns and mods, and abilities like the Double Dash, you're faster, stronger, and more versatile than ever.
Take what you need from your enemies: Glory kill for extra health, incinerate for armor, and chainsaw demons to stock up on ammo to become the ultimate demon-slayer.
BATTLEMODE is the new 2 versus 1 multiplayer experience built from the ground up at id Software. A fully-armed DOOM Slayer faces off against two player-controlled demons, duking it in a best-of-five round match of intense first-person combat. BATTLEMODE launches with 6 handcrafted maps and 5 playable demons – the Marauder, Archvile, Revenant, Mancubus and Pain Elemental.
36. Section 8: Prejudice
On the battlefield, prejudice takes many forms, knows no boundaries, and drives all conflict. In the distant future, humanity will call on its most fearless defenders to confront an emerging threat determined to eradicate all human life as we know it. Section 8®: Prejudice™ is a sci-fi first-person shooter with dynamic combat, where every decision – from customizing equipment to activating team based objectives – drastically impacts the battlefield.Key features:
- Play as Alex Corde and discover the sinister series of betrayals that now threaten humanity's survival in the single player campaign.
- Strategically spawn anywhere on the battlefield to assist allies or ambush enemies.
- Customize loadout weapons, ammo, and equipment to suit your playstyle.
- Call in deployables and vehicles when and where you need them to gain tactical advantages.
- Master true mobility with dropping, overdrive, and jetpacks to outmaneuver opponents.
- Complete a variety of Dynamic Combat Missions - from launching aerial strikes against fortified positions to securing crucial intel.
- Advance in rank and skill to access a devastating arsenal of over 60 weapons, equipment, and upgrade variants.
Note: Multiplayer is no longer supported for this title due to August 22, 2013 shutdown of the Games for Windows Live Program from Microsoft. Please see http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-on-other-devices/windows/pc-marketplace-closing for more information. Singleplayer, however, continues to work normally.
ENTER A SPECTACULAR DYSTOPIAN BLOOD SPORT
Set in the near future, DEATHGARDEN™ revolves around a spectacular real blood sport that became the most popular entertainment on the planet. Players choose to team up as one of the five agile Runners or to embody the Hunter, a heavily armed competitor whose mission is to kill the Runners, preventing them from escaping The Garden.
Deathgarden pits individual cunning against strategy and teamwork–a lone but lethal Hunter against a team of dextrous Runners. Both sides must prove their skills and take control of the procedurally-generated Garden.
Power vs Agility: In this fast-paced action title, one powerful Hunter must hunt down five agile Runners, who seek to complete an objective and escape the Garden.The Garden
A Procedurally Generated Garden: Each map is procedurally generated within the ‘Garden’, a nano-printed environment in which Runners willingly enter to compete against the powerful Hunter. Each match boasts a different ‘Garden’ layout, which forces both sides to adapt their strategy to the environment and creates exhilarating, memorable moments.Long Term Support
Gameplay First: Deathgarden embraces the “no grind” or “no pay to win” philosophy. New gameplay content (Gardens, Weapons, Abilities & Perks, etc.) will be instantly available to all players upon the content’s release.
40. Scarface: The World Is Yours
They thought you were dead, but Tony Montana doesn’t die so easy. Sosa
took everything you had. Now you’ve got nothing, but that never stopped
you before. You’re back with a vengeance, ready to reclaim your turf and
rebuild your empire. All you’ve got are your balls – and your word.
Live the turbulent life of the infamous Cuban drug lord who redefined
the American Dream, in an original, explosive script by famed
screenwriter David McKenna (Blow, American History X). Wheel, deal and
climb your way back to the top. First you get the money, then you get
the power, then you get revenge!
Categories in common with Scarface: The World Is Yours: Action
MAG is an action-shooter game developed by Zipper Interactive. It came out on 26-01-2010. It was published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
You can play MAG on PlayStation 3.
Alan Van Slyke produced the game. Ed Byrne directed the game. Sascha Dikiciyan and Sebastian Bach scored the game.
Platform: PlayStation 3
42. Ravaged Zombie Apocalypse
Ravaged Zombie Apocalypse is an action-shooter game developed by 2 Dawn Games. It came out on 19-08-2013. It was published by Reverb Publishing. Most rawgers rated the game as "Skip".
You can play Ravaged Zombie Apocalypse on PC.
43. Watch Dogs: Bad Blood
Watch Dogs: Bad Blood is an action-shooter game developed by Ubisoft Montreal. It was originally released in 2014. It was published by Ubisoft Entertainment. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
Watch Dogs: Bad Blood is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Pariah is an action-shooter game developed by Digital Extremes. It was originally released in 2005. It was published by Groove Games. The game is rated as "Meh" on RAWG.
Pariah is available on PC.
Dustin Crenna, Greg Rahn, Starsky Partridge and Tim Larkin scored the game.
46. Commandos: Strike Force
Commandos: Strike Force is an action-shooter game developed by Pyro Studios. It was originally released in 2006. Eidos Interactive published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
You can play Commandos: Strike Force on PC, Xbox and PlayStation 2.
It was produced by José Manuel García Franco.
This game is a work in progress. It may or may not change over time or release as a final product. Purchase only if you are comfortable with the current state of the unfinished game.
What if humanity falls? 1991. The nuclear war is over. Central Europe is devastated, Norway has become the last stand. You start as a nameless outlander, but who will you become? No time for uncertainty. Turn a shelter into your home. Fight, run or hide. Take risks, claim rewards. Survive this cut-throat experience.
Vigor is an upcoming free-to-play shoot 'n loot game where you must survive cut-throat encounters to build your very own Shelter amid post-war Norway, 1991.
Survive cut-throat encounters for 8-16 players
Claim precious resources and valuable rewards
Improve your safe shelter and vital equipment
Become the courageous Outlander in post-war Norway
The Vigor Founder’s Pack will be available exclusively during the Xbox Game Preview for $ 19.99 / € 19.99 and will come with several bonus rewards:
Unlimited access to the game during the Xbox Game Preview phase;
Exclusive cosmetic items (a particular Outlander outfit including the iconic Vigor shirt, a trucker cap, and the “dusting” hand gesture);
* 1400 Crowns, with a value of more than double the price of the Founder’s Pack (can be used to buy new cosmetic items once Vigor’s in-game store is added to the game at a later date);
Please note that each of these items will be shipped to your character at separate times during the Xbox Game Preview period (not all together at once).
Platform: Xbox One
48. Shadow Warrior Classic Redux
The definitive version of the cult classic shooter, Shadow Warrior Classic Redux features remastered visuals and two massive expansion packs. Corporations rule every facet of life in a near-future Japan and employ Shadow Warriors, one-man armies of unparalleled skill, to protect their power and forcefully remove all opposition.
The Zilla Corporation is the most powerful of these conglomerates and will stop at nothing to achieve domination unseen by any other corporation in the world. Lo Wang, Zilla Corporation’s legendary Shadow Warrior, discovers this corruption and the dark powers being summoned to aid his employers in this quest for absolute power. As a man of honor, Lo Wang vows to battle these demonic forces with an arsenal of explosive weapons, his silent blade, and a razor sharp wit.
Includes Shadow Warrior Classic Redux (OpenGL), two expansion packs - Wanton Destruction and Twin Dragon (OpenGL), and the original Shadow Warrior (DOSBox).
Remastered visuals, a remixed main theme, and compatibility with modern gaming PCs.
Challenging Steam achievements for only the most skilled warriors.
49. Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior
Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior is an action-shooter game developed by Kuju Entertainment and Games Workshop Interactive. It was originally released in 2003. THQ published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Skip".
You can play Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior on PC and PlayStation 2.
50. SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs
You have six days. Six days to rescue an entire country plunged into chaos by a brutal revolution. Race against time to control a dire situation that threatens to escalate into global war.
You are the legendary and fearless Operations Commander as you take command of the battlefield with your crack NATO squad. The destination is Southeast Asia. The time is now for you to take control.
Platform: PlayStation 3