If you’ve helped P-3 break up enough robots in Atomic Heart, you might want to try one of these other games.
Atomic Heart puts you in the middle of a retrofuturistic Soviet Union full of strange technology and communist ideas. Right away, it has beautiful graphics that hint at a rich world. It also changes some history and puts you in control of a snarky main character who talks a little too much.
If you liked how this game built its world, how it looked, and how it was played, you’ll be happy to know that there are many other games that are just as good or even better. You might find your next favorite FPS game or build a whole collection of them.
As a killer with a cause, you can take on Dunwall with a mix of weapons and supernatural powers in Dishonored. Depending on how you play the game, you could throw the world into chaos or save it from the shadows.
The setting is dark and industrial, and there are lots of twists and turns as you try to find out what’s going on with the plague and corruption on the streets. The art style is very unique, and the combat system gives you a lot of freedom to choose how you want to go about things.
System Shock 2
System Shock 2 is already one of the oldest first-person shooter role-playing games. Even though it’s old, it’s still one of the best science fiction role-playing games you can play.
This is the game that could be said to have popularized branching mechanics with hacking and special abilities. It also uses audio logs as a way to add to the story. System Shock 2 is one of the best games in its genre. And even though some of its parts feel less smooth now, it will still pull you into its world.
We Happy Few
We Happy Few, like Atomic Heart, shows a world where technology changed the path of a country. That would have been caught up in war and recovery without it. This game, of course, just has its people take a lot of drugs to make them forget their pasts.
This is a fun adventure to go on, especially since it has gotten a lot better since it first came out (though its DLCs are still decidedly better than the base game). It’s very interesting to see a dystopia that could have easily been a utopia if things had been done differently.
Fallout 3 changes things up by using images and ideas from the past. Even though it is set in the far future. Even though it has a set story, there are a lot of choices you can make that will change your journey and how it ends. It’s the first Fallout game to have the V.A.T.S. system. Which gives you an advantage in battle in a way that’s very cinematic.
Fallout 3 stands out from other shooters not because of how it plays, but because of its setting and story. You can easily get lost in the post-apocalyptic world outside the vault, from making a character to figuring out what your morals are.
Wolfenstein: The New Order
In a world where Germany, not the USSR, made great technological advances in the 1940s, the Nazis would have won the war. Wolfenstein: The New Order is a tense action shooter that makes you want to punch a racist war criminal in the name of victory.
If you’ve played Atomic Heart, you’ll notice that a lot of the gunplay feels similar to the smooth but fast style. That makes you want to keep upgrading your weapons.
When you play Atomic Heart, it’s hard not to think of BioShock Infinite. If you try this after the last one, you’ll notice right away how the style and the world around you are very similar. It’s also hard to ignore the huge amount of propaganda on the streets of both worlds.
Even though this game might have a few more roadblocks than its predecessors, it has a lot of depth and interesting gameplay that will keep you going until you reach the end of its interesting story. You get to explore a steampunk world from the past with creative inventions, corruption, a likeable companion, and special skills given to you by Vigors. It’s not at all a bad deal.
Prey is one of the few horror first-person shooters with a really interesting story. As with other games on this list, when all hell breaks loose, you are used as a test subject. As you explore the space station, the feeling of dread won’t go away. And the game definitely delivers on its promise of being an immersive sim.
There is a lot to look at and do here, and you have a lot more freedom and interaction than you might have thought.
Don’t be fooled: Deus Ex is completely out of date at this point. But you can’t deny that it has had an effect on a lot of modern shooters, like Atomic Heart. It’s been around for a long time. Because it has a strong system for developing characters and a story you’ll want to finish no matter what.
Even though Liberty Island doesn’t have the polygons you’re used to. It still has a very complicated layout with a lot of items and paths. There are usually more than one way to deal with problems. And this game creates a world where great games like Deus Ex: Human Revolution could be made.
First of all, the composer who worked on Doom also worked on Atomic Heart. Given how much Mick Gordon’s work adds to the atmosphere and impact of both games. This is one of the most important reasons for playing them back-to-back.
Doom doesn’t ask you to do much besides kill big demons that are trying to kill you, and that’s a good thing. People say that marines have to fight the hardest battles, and it looks like that’s still true in this universe. There are no rest stops here, so it’s good that you’re armed to the teeth.
BioShock should be mentioned first because it is clear that it has had the most impact on Slope Game. Even an early part of the second game is a clear homage to BioShock’s famous intro. Where you go down the bathysphere to get to Rapture.
BioShock has great gameplay mechanics, abilities, and gunplay that work well with the game’s tight story. You can go in guns blazing or be sneaky the whole time. Even though it has a lot of different weapons, plasmids. Snd ways to play (for those who love the hacker way), few games can match the unique story and art style that this game started.