Greatest Post-Apocalyptic Video Games Of This Decade

Post-Apocalyptic is surely one of the most overused genres in the gaming industry but it feels fresh new everytime when a developer comes with their own vision of destroyed earth. Fallout is the most popular game when it comes to the post-apocalyptic theme but there are some others games that nearly perfected this genre. The Best thing is that every developer has a different vision for their world and that makes the games new and enjoyable. It’s not like a Zombie game where the main aim is to KILL! you have to survive and at times you have to kill your loved ones for the resources. Things like these make Post-Apocalyptic games a great genre. This is why today we are counting down the best Post-Apocalyptic games of this decade.



Mad Max the game isn’t only a fantastic time, it’s a great addition to the franchise, and one of the few games that completely destroys the expectations that a movie based game has to be bad. – ZTGD

Like the movie, Mad Max is the perfect summer time romp and should surely wet your appetite before the true Road Warrior inspired game releases later this fall, Fallout 4. – COGconnected

Mad Max might be formed from familiar parts of other games, but the car-wrecking, skull-cracking chaos it creates is a rewarding and expansive adventure. – GamesRadar+


last of us

A masterpiece, that breaks the self-imposed barriers of gaming narrative and ensnares the player with intelligent gameplay and brilliant A.I. Anyone wanting to tackle the same themes will have to be compared to Naughty Dog’s work in the future, and it won’t be pretty. – SpazioGames

The Last of Us is a really different game, mixing traditional adventure, survival, action, stealth and constant exploration. The resources are most important. The best graphics on PlayStation 3 are back in the hands of Naughty Dog, also the atmosphere, and two unrepeatable and unforgettable characters. Overwhelming. – Meristation

The Last of Us merges very good gameplay with a peerless story and unequaled production values. While it just misses transcendent status you won’t find very many games that are more worth the investment of your time. – TotalPlayStation



The world, exploration, crafting, atmosphere, and story of Fallout 4 are all key parts of this hugely successful sandbox role-playing game. Great new reasons to obsessively gather and hoard relics of happier times, strong companions, and sympathetic villains driving tough decisions make it an adventure I’ll definitely replay and revisit – IGN

Unsurprisingly, Fallout 4 is closer to Fallout 3 than it is to the former episodes. And it comes with all the qualities and problems we already know. But Fallout 4 belongs to this hypnotizing kind of games that you should not miss if you love Western RPGs. – JeuxActu



A solid third-person shooter that delivers intense action and a compelling setting, but relies too much on established mechanics, rather than delivering something new. The story however really stands out – a grim and challenging reflection on violence is something you won’t find in any typical shooter. Fortunately it’s also missing that dull patriotism you’ve come to expect from today’s military action games. – PC Games

A big surprise among military shooters. Spec Ops will present you a dark story that’s opposing the well-known clichés of the other military games. It’s a pity, however, that the action part doesn’t go along with the game’s storytelling. –

It does not forget the madness of war. – GameStar

METRO 2033


Despite those nitpicks and a couple frustrating late-game sections, Metro 2033’s greatest success is the consistency of its pacing. You’re constantly encountering new factions, discovering interesting new locations, or being tasked to do something you haven’t done before. – Game Informer

In reality, this a good game, with a good storyline, excellent graphics, great moments in the artistic level, and an excellent environment. – Eurogamer Portugal

Metro 2033 is a dark journey saturated with an enthralling atmosphere that will reward intrepid adventurers – GameSpot

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