Huge Survival Video Games Where You Start Off With Nothing


Do you like the feeling of being starting from nothing in video games? Do you like to start completely new? The sense of survival and making your way through to something big and massive. I personally love those where you have to start from 0 and have to reach 100. The journey is what makes them amazing. Today we are counting down games where you start off with nothing.

We also linked down beginners guide for each game to help you start up.


This game has alot of potential and is the most fun I had in a game for a very very long time. It is really really exciting to hoard stones and build guns to defend bandits. Mining out on the field cautiously as you can be killed from behind at anytime. My friends are I, are having a blast. Best $20 we have ever spent. The possibilities of this game is endless. We find ourselves saying things like “I’m starving”, “In real life or in the game?” “In the game”. – viruz87
Rust currently is somewhat buggy and still lacking features however it is still currently a great game.
It has it’s flaws like occasionally crashing (more on Mac, but I am testing both Mac and PC to get a good idea and to hopefully help the dev’s), but those are to be expected during Alpha.  – Rockondevil

Don’t Starve

If you like survival games, if you enjoy Tim Burton-esque artwork, or if you’re just looking for an unforgiving challenge of a game, pick up Don’t Starve immediately. Pretty much everything about this game is fantastic, and you’ll undoubtedly fall in love with it. – Cheat Code Central
Don’t Starve starts off slow and punishing and continues to get even harder as you play. Its merciless difficulty coupled with its monotonous gameplay can leave some players feeling frustrated and bored. Those who enjoy a good challenge, however, will relish in the satisfaction they’ll get when they manage to outlive their previous record or clear the game’s evil Adventure mode. It may not be for everyone, but if you’re looking for a roguelike game filled with charm and challenge, be sure not to miss Don’t Starve. – GamesRadar+

Elite Dangerous

It isn’t going to be everyone’s cup of tea, especially if you’re looking for instant action or a linear playing experience. That said, with a little patience, and a bit of imagination, Elite Dangerous is an extremely rewarding game that is worth experiencing. – Impulsegamer
Even after getting over any initial frustrations, the frequently vexing mechanics will test your patience time and time again, but despite these issues there’s a magic to Elite Dangerous that will keep you playing. Whether it’s a close encounter with a white dwarf, an intense dogfight, or a just cruising between star systems, the freedom and opportunity laid across its billions of stars means that Elite Dangerous offers spectacular space-tourism all from the comfort of your sofa. – Push Square


If you’re a fan of God games and have found yourself disappointed by recent entries in the genre, such as the latest SimCity and the Early Access version of Peter Molyneux’s underwhelming Godus project, then you owe it to yourself to pick up this game. – Game Revolution
A single developer did a far better job with Banished than the whole team of Maxis with Sim City. Yes, there are still some things missing, like upgrades or more buildings, but there will be mod tools for the community. – GameStar
This tough city builder takes you and your capital delightfully serious, but thinking logically and rationally. Once you figure out the system, the game unfortunately loses its challenge though. – Gamer

Mount & Blade – Warband

Nevertheless, Mount & Blade: Warband is not a single-player title and the campaign is nothing more than a bonus for when your Internet connection isn’t working. Otherwise, you will find yourself again connected to the official servers, slashing and hacking opponents from all-over the civilized worlds, cursing for being unhorsed or jumping with fear at the sound of an arrow. – Computer Games Online RO
Better graphics, gameplay and new multiplayer modes makes this Mount and Blade Warband a must buy for everyone likes its predecessor. Now we just have to wait for the loads of great mods will come out in the next months. – Multiplayer
If you haven’t played the original Mount & Blade, go a head and pick up Warband. If you already have M&B, you may want to skip it. – Gamer Limit

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