The best-received games in the PC gaming industry are loved because of the plot in the game. These games give more importance to the storyline that they look more interactive than the traditional video game people used to play way back. Some interactive games concentrate on first-person games like shooting and adventure whereas other models are designed to make the user solve interactive puzzles and so on. The beauty of the interactive games is such that they are so enjoyable and rewarding.
Here is a list of the 5 top interactive PC games that a person of any age would enjoy.
1. The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead is an interactive drama graphic adventure published by Telltale Games. The game’s story takes place in a fictional world with events that occurs shortly after the onset of zombie apocalypse. The game mainly focuses on the story and the characters in the story rather than solving any puzzle. The choices made by the user carry over from one episode to another. This game has received the Best gamer award for the Year in 2012.
2. The Last of Us
The Last of Us is a shooter game and there is a lot of action involved in killing the zombies. Just like the above game, this game also has its real focus on the post-apocalypse atmosphere and emphasizes on the bond between the protagonists. The two characters, survivor Joel and his daughter, Ellie travel across the whole of affected America filled with pain and loss. This game was developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The multiplayer mode of this game allows up to 8 players to engage in the play.
3. BioShock Infinite
BioShock Infinite is a first-person shooter game. It was first released in 2013 by 2K games. Infinite is the 3rd instalment of the series BioShock and because of this, there is no immediate link to the storyline. But it does have many concepts and themes. The game is set in the year 1912 and the protagonist in the game is Booker Dewitt. He needs to find a young woman, Elizabeth but later finds her to be the central point for the city’s dark secrets. The game has everything from class warfare to race relations.
4. Gone Home
Gone Home is the best first-person exploration game. The plot mainly focuses on the exploration of a mansion in Portland. The player is Kaitlin in the first-person and can view objects using the mouse and keyboard. While there are no goals or end to the game, the player is encouraged to look for more and more clues while searching the house. The interaction part is while the player looks at the objects and examines it.
5. The Stanley Parable
This game is again a first-person exploration game. The gamer will play as Stanley. The game starts with the voiceover of the narrator. Stanley works in an office and his task is to monitor data on the computer screen. One day, when the screen goes black, Stanley starts exploring the building and finds that there are no people in there. The game is full of possibilities to explore.