Phenomenal StoryLines In First Person Shooter Video Games Of This Generation

First Person Shooters probably the most popular genre of this generation. Call of Duty, Battlefield 1 these are the greatest shooter you can play on your gaming system but these games are good in multiplayer not so great in story mode but there are some fps which solely focused on good story mode. These are some of the best storylines in fps video games. Scores from Metacritic.


Critical Reception –  96 (Metascore) 


It meshes impressive graphics with an inventive gameplay system and uses them to push an amazing story in a refreshingly unique setting. Unless you faint at the sight of blood or you absolutely despise FPS games, you should consider this game a must buy. – Digital Entertainment News

A dark and astonishing masterpiece…I spend my career, and my gaming life, waiting for a moment when a game just astonishes me, when I can’t believe what I’m seeing, what I’m doing. BioShock has five – PC Gamer UK

Everyone will play it differently, and have a different experience. Some like myself will find it drenched in tension and atmosphere, having run into many a situation where the poop was scared out of me. Others, like a friend of mine, will claim that its intuitiveness, combative freedom, and creativity puts it above the spiritual predecessor “System Shock 2,” and wonder at how convincing the whole affair can be. – Gaming Age


Critical Reception –  89 (Metascore) 


Titanfall 2 is everything Titanfall should have been – storified, robust, and sufficiently multiplatform. The real series starts here, and I’m surprised at how nothing at all feels phoned in or tacked-on. – The Jimquisition
Intelligent, creative, and never less than thrilling, Titanfall 2 finally realises the series’ true potential with verve and polish. – GamesRadar+
One of the best first person shooters of the generation, with significant improvements in depth and longevity – and even a half decent story mode.

DOOM 2016

Critical Reception –  85 (Metascore) 
It ticks off every item on a list of things a modern Doom should have, including several items you didn’t even know were on the list in the first place. They may not make shooters like this anymore, but the runaway success of this game serves as long overdue proof that they really should – Giant Bomb  
For fans of single-player FPS campaigns DOOM is a juggernaut, and some of the most fun I’ve had in gaming for years. It’s never going to grab you with an engrossing plot of spectacular linear set pieces, but the flawless combat ensures DOOM just never lets up. – Game Debate
Doom manages to challenge the conventions of the first-person shooter genre by going back to its roots. It will have you breathing heavily, cursing in frustration, and screaming in triumph. The multiplayer is a bit of a letdown, but the campaign is absolutely glorious. – The Escapist


Critical Reception –  89 (Metascore) 


Funnier and brilliant, Borderlands 2 is twice as good as the first episode was, something which isn’t always the case for sequels. But Gearbox Software manages to improve their IP in many ways, offering one of these titles you could not possibly forget to buy in 2012, and proposing new features that will allow players to blow off some steam for hours. – JeuxActu

If you like piles of guns, lots to do and shoot, and a robust leveling system with a natural coop multi-player aspect and aren’t put off by the cel shading, it’s a no-brainer. – GamingTrend

The one thing worth pointing out between the various platforms is how cool Borderlands 2 can look if you have an awesome PC. The PC version allows plenty of tweaks to draw distance, frame rate and more. – IGN


Critical Reception –  82 (Metascore) 


Metro: Last Light does belong in the company of Half-Life, though. It’s an unusual, meticulously detailed shooter inextricable from its environment – making its refuge in the railways of Moscow all the more apt. The survival and shooting aspects engage with what is considered valuable in the world, and both leave ample room for moments of solace, exploration and concise violence.-  Joystiq
This sequel plays more like a shooter than its predecessor, but doesn’t sacrifice its intricate narrative or creative vision in the process. Masochistic fans will appreciate the harder difficulties that recreate the grueling experience of the original, but no matter how you approach it, exploring Last Light’s absorbing world is wholly entertaining. – Game Informer
Despite being a little rough around the edges, Metro: Last Light as a whole package is way better than the sum of its parts and highly recommended for anyone looking for a grown up video game. – Gamereactor Sweden
What do you think? what is your favorite FPS Shooter in terms of story? let me know in the comments section down below 
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