6 Quality Story Focused First Person Shooter Video Games


First Person Shooter is a genre commonly popular for its multiplayer experience and for the last 10 years FPS games have taken over the market in terms of player base and revenue. Take Call Of Duty, for example, It’s not a perfect game but whenever a new comes out people go crazy for it and that’s why it results in more sales and revenue. But There are some developers that didn’t care about Multiplayer Experience instead they wanted us to experience a solid story mode. Today we are counting down best Story Focused FPS Shooters

WOLFENSTEIN II: THE NEW COLOSSUS

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Yeah yeah it’s a sequel, it’s more of the same yadda yadda yadda, it’s nothing more than a simple shooter… But y’know, screw it: I’ve had so much fun with The New Colossus, that I’m going to give it a 92. Not everyone will agree with it, but those people can kiss my politically incorrect *ss. – Power Unlimited
Terror Billy is back and it is time for a revolution! Once again we hunt nazi’s and it had never been as much fun as now. We get a story with humor and dark elements and the gameplay is a smooth but challenging ride. This is a must buy. – XGN
BJ Blazkowicz shows how great it is to kill Nazis, but Wolfenstein 2 has a lot more to offer: the world, the cast and the huge range of bizarre stories make this game a definite recommendation. – Gamer.nl

Deus Ex

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If you’re looking for one of those rare experiences that affects your mind, body and soul in ways only the greatest of releases can, look no further than “Deus Ex” — it will consume you. – Adrenaline Vault
Moody and atmospheric, compelling and addictive, this is first person gaming in grown-up form, and it truly is magnificent. – Eurogamer
Every time your character is killed and you restart the game, you have to sit through a seemingly endless series of movies that re-establish the plot. – Cincinnati Enquirer

Far Cry 4

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Far Cry 4 truly shines in the almost bacchanalian sense of freedom it bestows on the player as they traverse through its environment. – Guardian
Despite all the flaws, Far Cry 4 pounds out an open-world FPS maelstrom of ridiculousness. It’s always in your face and it’s never afraid to throw numerous and diverse dangers in your path, just to see if you can adapt and survive. – PSX Extreme
Sure, it’s a calculated affair. But the well known formula still makes Far Cry 4 a very welcoming shooter-sandbox with a refreshing knack for chaos. – Eurogamer Germany

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow Of Chernobyl

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From its alternate reality setting and realistic gun mechanics to its trading system and action horror formula, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. is radioactive rareness. – GameZone
By itself, the game is a fascinating achievement, even if you trip over technical cracks more than you should. – IGN
The game’s “exclusion zone” setting, a no-man’s-land roughly 30 square kilometers surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, is very much “Mad Maxim”: post-Soviet road warriors just beyond the containment dome. Bleak as the end of the world (or at least life as we know it), it’s an invention as gorgeous as years-old graphics overhauled for a late launch get. – 1UP

Specs Ops The Line

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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 – Games.cz
As it is, the story must be commended for tackling the horrors of war and the effect it has on the human mind, and the techniques it deploys to accomplish this. It tries things no other modern military shooter has even come close to, boldly stating that shooters don’t always have to be wrapped in mundane and convoluted storytelling, and that’s quite the accomplishment considering the oversaturation of the genre. – Thunderbolt

Bioshock: Infinite

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Dealing with themes like religion, racism, and xenophobia, Columbia is a richer and more nuanced setting than even Rapture, and the unveiling of the city’s culture is masterfully executed. – Game Informer
The PC version, as run on mid-range hardware, makes no such visual compromises, with gorgeous high-resolution textures, detailed faces, and smooth performance…A brilliant shooter that nudges the entire genre forward with innovations in both storytelling and gameplay. – IGN
For a while it’s a frantic shooter game, then it’s a touching confession, afterwards it is a parable about the ideological turmoil in America. The others would break it into pieces, but quantum physics and its creators that are hell-bent on going far than other big productions hold it firmly together. – Games.cz
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#6 Quality Story Focused First Person Shooter Video Games
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