July 10, 2015

Best 5 Action Video Games You Must Play Before Death

Complete List of best action video games everyone should play at least once in whole life.

I love Video Games, even when I haven’t got a pc, or any playing device, I just went to my friends to watch them playing. After a long time, i own gaming pc, and played almost every game I got in my country. Yeah I am a hardcore gamer and when Shimul bhai (He is the one who letting me write here) called me and ask If i could write about games I played , I was much excited. I will also quote a line here. ” You love to do what you really love. ” .

And Yeah, I love Games. So lets be on the topic.

 

5. Max Payne 3

The gritty Max Payne series returns for a third iteration. From automatics to handguns to rifles and explosives, Max wields (and dual-wields) a wide array of high-powered weaponry in both single player and multiplayer. Max Payne 3 provides devastating firepower for any and all situations that call for kinetic and punishing action.

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Returns with more intensely cinematic game-play and an even more laid back attitude. A bit of conspiracy and lots of shooting, this game will never fail to remind you of that old feeling. So lay back, imagine that violin music in the background and start playing. With Max Payne 3, Rockstar Games proves that the studio masters the action-type game in the most brilliant way, despite Max Payne 3 not being an open-world title. If there were no doubts about narration, the gameplay system also remains very atttractive thanks to the perfect introduction of the bullet time and the Shootdodge abilities, two strong aspects players are already familiar with. Rockstar Games offers a great experience, full of details, and depicts an amazing trip through Brazil and its favelas. A masterpiece at which Rockstar Games excels, introducing a tortured character whose adventures will surely give you the chills!

Despite the new setting Max Payne 3 captures the cynical dark atmosphere of the series perfectly. New gameplay elements like the cover-system are implemented very good, but the lack of innovation makes the action a bit tedious towards the end. Nonetheless Rockstar delivers a good game and even more important: it deserves the name Max Payne.

What you should take away from everything above is that Max Payne 3 is a worthy sequel to the Remedy Games originals. Max’s monologues aren’t quite as faux-serious (and are instead depressingly serious) and the cover mechanic will certainly be an adjustment for fans of the first two games, but there’s a lot of action, challenge, twists in the story, and plenty to do after the credits roll that Max Payne 3 gets high marks indeed.

Max Payne 3 is a real love-hate relationship. Just when the solo story is getting good, the gameplay will get clunky, the slow-mo will go unused or Max will do something dumb. But then you remember how fun and creative the multiplayer is, and you can’t in good conscience completely hate the game. Max 3 is a rocky return to form but at least Max Payne is back and dodging bullets again.

Initial release date: May 15, 2012

 

Series: Max Payne

 

Publisher: Rockstar Games

 

Developers: Rockstar Games, Rockstar Vancouver, more

 

Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS

4. Middle-Earth : Shadow of Mordor 

Fight your way through Mordor and reveal the truth of the spirit that compels you, discover the origins of the Rings of Power, build your legend and ultimately confront the evil of Sauron in this new story of Middle-earth.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is a very well crafted adventure that will keep you hooked for hours on end.

At first glance, this is “only” some Assassin’s Creed game from the Lord of the Rings world. When you look at it again you see an immersive action RPG relying on fun and fancy combats that are plentiful here. Tolkien is still waiting for that proverbial game that would find them and in the darkness bind them, however, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is close to it.

asassins creed got lost into mordor and decided to take a stroll, direct sword combat is dull and boring,

attacking the warchiefs is more interesting, you move around recover hit points and spirit arrows by draining orcs, kill the body guards and run away before the mass of orcs gets to you, it took me around 30 minutes to kill one of the warchiefs, wandering around camp then killing one bodyguard at a time, then recovering, releasing animals etc

it’s a decent game, world map is a little small, control is weak, it is hard to choose which of the 50 orcs around you to attack and do a finisher

It felt like they took the best elements from Assassin’s Creed, Prince of Persia and Devil May Cry and put them in the setting of the Lord of the Rings world, and it worked absolutely magnificently! Loved every bit of it, the enemy hierarchy system was something totally unique to me, the gameplay was awesome, the moves and controls were very responsive. Although there were lot of side quests, which the game recommends you to complete and rewards you handsomely for doing with M points with which you can unlock awesome abilities, but I was wish the main campaign had a more LOTD-ishly epic story. The campaign only had 20 missions and event then, the story didn’t feel very epic the way a LOTD story should be. That’s probably my only negative feedback of the game. Otherwise a solid action adventure and hopefully, the beginning of a new and successful gaming franchise.

Its good to see that studios like this still feel the need to take a risk and innovate.. What we all figured would be some sort of gimmick is actually an incredible system that works behind the scenes even when you think it isn’t.. Follow the in game story yes, but make your own story using the nemesis system and your suddenly in a whole new world!! Graphics are what you expect nowadays from a AAA title along with the sound.. The gameplay has the best elements with almost assassins creed style assassination manoeuvres.

Initial release date: September 30, 2014

 

Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

 

Awards: The Game Award for Best Action/Adventure, BAFTA Games Award for Game Design

 

Developers: Monolith Productions, Behaviour Interactive

 

Nominations: BAFTA Games Award for Best Game, more

 

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac OS

3 .  Deadpool

Deadpool’s oratory: “There are a few important things I need to say before you crack into my insanely sweet game. (Oof. Here we go again.) I’m a mercenary with an accelerated healing factor. I’ve been described as unstable, which is just plain coo-coo. (Wait, do sane people say coo-coo?) I’m gonna battle for the safety of humans and mutants. (And even mumans.) Be prepared for just about anything. (Holla!) • I made sure to capture all my good sides, so I made my game a third-person action-shooter. (Yep, you get to look at my heinie.) • Keep a look out cuz some of my X-Men pals (Whoa, what pals?!) are making an appearance. (Hope you don’t mind picking hair out of your tacos.) • I’m really good at killing, so I made it a blast stringing together combos, and totally eviscerating my enemies. (Ev-is-cer-a-ting!) • I brought my skills and a buttload of my favorite things. Katanas (check), guns (bang!) explosives (boom), duct tape (quack) and of course, yours truly – ME! (Checkmate!)

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In the end, hardcore Deadpool fans may want to get this game sooner rather than later, but for everyone else I’d say wait. There is some fun to be had here bashing baddies over the head with hammers and the like, and the story is pretty hilarious. However, the extremely short length of the game is a deal breaker. Wait until Deadpool gets a Steam sale or some such before picking it up.

In the end, hardcore Deadpool fans may want to get this game sooner rather than later, but for everyone else I’d say wait. There is some fun to be had here bashing baddies over the head with hammers and the like, and the story is pretty hilarious. However, the extremely short length of the game is a deal breaker. Wait until Deadpool gets a Steam sale or some such before picking it up.

Deadpool is like a crappy moonshine. It may lighten your mood for a while, but you can’t shake the gross aftertaste. And when the ending comes, you will be left with an equivalent of a bad hangover – just a couple of funny jokes plus a few severed heads.

Gameplay-wise this is mediocre, it’s got some rough edges and only a few truly great moments. It really is action from the assembly line, nothing more, nothing less. The meta-humor on the other hand is fantastic and well delivered, if an acquired taste. Deadpool aficionados might just enjoy their five to six hours with this.

Initial release date: June 25, 2013

Developer: High Moon Studios

Publisher: Activision

Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows

2. Mortal Kombat 

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After centuries of Mortal Kombat, Emperor Shao Kahn has finally defeated Raiden and his allies. Faced with extinction, Raiden has one last chance to save Earthrealm. To undo the Emperor’s victory, he must strike Shao Kahn where he is vulnerable…the Past.

Driven by an all new graphics engine, the fan favorite series is back and presented in more gory detail than ever before. Mortal Kombat (known as Mortal Kombat 9 by the fans) introduces a number of game-play features including tag team and the deepest story mode of any fighting game. Players can choose from an extensive lineup of the game’s iconic warriors and challenge their friends in traditional 1 vs. 1 matches, or take on several new game modes.

Introducing a number of game modes as well as an online experience, Mortal Kombat allows up to 4 players can battle “tag-team”- 2 players can team up in the new “Co-op Arcade Mode” or compete against another team online.

Initial release date: April 19, 2011

Designer: Ed Boon

Series: Mortal Kombat
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Developers: NetherRealm Studios, High Voltage Software

1. Far Cry

A tropical paradise seethes with hidden evil in Far Cry, a cunningly detailed action shooter that pushes the boundaries of combat to shocking new levels. Freelance mariner Jack Carver is cursing the day he ever came to this island. A week ago, a brash female reporter named Valerie had offered him an incredible sum of cash to take her to this unspoiled paradise. Shortly after docking, however, Jack’s boat was greeted by artillery fire from a mysterious militia group swarming about the island. With his boat destroyed, his money gone, and the gorgeous Valerie suddenly missing, Jack now finds himself facing an army of mercenaries amidst the wilds of the island, with nothing but a gun and his wits to survive. But the further he pushes into the lush jungle canopy, the stranger things become.

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Far Cry is, in everyway, the best first-person shooter I’ve ever played. From the sublime, deeply textured and truly immersive graphics to meaningful audio and the type of artificial intelligence that makes you question whether you really are playing against a computer – Far Cry heralds a new age of FPS with a game that is nearly perfect in everyway.
Unlike most games the bad guys in Far Cry really do have a mind of their own so its not just a case of running through and popping the odd enemy here and there, the mercenaries in this game are highly clued up and will detect you whether you move slowly, take cover or simply make them paranoid, you will not get past these guys easily.
Well, slap me silly, because not only does Far Cry offer utterly sensational visuals and jaw-dropping gameplay, but it also heralds the arrival of developer Crytek, which now joins id Software and Valve at the head of the shooter class… A stunning achievement
An exceptionally good single player game, and while the multiplayer aspect is a bit shaky compared to some titles, both existing and upcoming, there’s a ton of potential within the game engine for some really clever modifications.
The amazing game engine that renders such detail at long range without using many tricks should have companies like ID and Valve a little paranoid. With a few more triple-a titles under it’s belt, Crytek can easily become an industry giant.
CryTek has done a fantastic job of avoiding artificial path restriction. In the jungle, you’ll never walk into an invisible wall, and almost never be hemmed in by impassible slopes that force you to take one path and one path only. There are almost always at least two distinct ways you can approach any position on the island, often times more than that.

Far Cry 1, Instincts, Vengeance, 2, 3, 4  

Released in year : 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2014

Platforms : PC, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii, PS 3, PS 4