7 Greatest Adventure Games

There are a lot of exciting experiences to be had in the best adventure games. There are plenty of adventures to be had across all platforms, including traveling across vast worlds, experiencing memorable stories, and embarking on action-packed quests. Regardless of what you’re playing on, whether it be PC or control center, we’ve picked different games to experience through so you’re certain to find something to keep you occupied. This selection includes a wide range of games that all capture a sense of adventure, many of which feature beloved and iconic characters.

1.Fallout 4

Developer: Bethesda Game Studios

Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One

Even though it might not seem like the best time to go back to a post-apocalyptic landscape where once-major cities have been turned into ghost towns, there is no better way to adjust to being cut off from the outside world. Despite its nuclear devastation and other bleak elements, Fallout 4 ultimately provides us with richly detailed worlds to explore and memorable characters like robot detectives! Fans of ghoulish radio! and ready for you to start your own community. While you wander through the charred remains of a society that was decimated by a radiation-based enemy that goes unnoticed

fallout 4

2.A Way Out

Developer: Hazelight

Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One

A Way Out is here to ensure that those who prefer split-screen experiences still have the opportunity to participate in the high-stakes campaigns that solo players frequently get their teeth into. If single-player adventures aren’t for you, don’t worry. A Way Out starts in a prison in the 1970s and encourages the player and their partner to work well together to plan their escape. It’s a creative setup that requires players to collaborate well if they want to make any progress. At some point, one player will have to create a distraction for the other player so that they can pick up something that will help them with their escape plan. The two players who assist Leo and Vincent in their escape will become as close to the characters they are controlling by the game’s conclusion and may even shed a few tears as the story draws to a close.

A Way Out

3.Batman: Arkham City

Developer: Rocksteady Studios

Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One

One of the most well-known examples of superhero video games, Batman: The Arkham series was successful in incorporating a variety of well-known characters from Batman’s past into a fresh approach to the story of Bruce Wayne, avoiding the needless attempt to retell the Caped Crusader’s origin story. Batman: Arkham City introduced a dynamic emphasis on hand-to-hand combat and a plethora of classic Batman villains to fight, all while faithfully portraying Gotham’s greatest detective and lurking in the shadows of an enormous super-prison. Arkham City, which was remastered in 2016 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, features not only stunningly detailed graphics but also some of the best voice acting available. Mark Hamill is back to play the Joker and bring all of his erratic behavior to life. Batsy, have fun!

Batman: Arkham City

4. Ratchet & Clank

Developer: Insomniac Games

Platform(s): PS4

There are few couples you’ll have a better time with than this particular Lombax and his robot friend, making them one of the best duos ever to grace the gaming world. Insomniac Games reimagined Ratchet & Clank’s very first adventure in 2016 and received critical acclaim for it. The plot on a basic level is sufficiently straightforward – our impossible pair venture out from one planet to another trying to guard the world from the narcissists that compromise it. Ratchet and Clank are two of the easiest characters to enjoy because they have a lot to laugh about, puzzles to solve, and hoverboard races to compete in. Going with them on their missions never has a dumb moment.

Ratchet & Clank

5. Far Cry 4

Developer: Ubisoft

Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One

This fourth installment in the Far Cry series is no exception to the series’ tradition of creating eccentric, profoundly unhinged villains. In point of fact, Far Cry 4 may feature the greatest antagonist in video game history: In other words, how could anyone forget about Pagan Min? Even though he was the head of a brutal tyranny, the flamboyant lover of bright suits had plenty of jokes. As you work with rebel forces and ride elephants to your heart’s content to liberate the fictional Himalayan nation of Kyrat, you keep running into Min. I can assure you that in your other adventures, you won’t find another villain as entertaining as Min.

Far Cry 4

6. The Wolf Among Us

Developer: Telltale Games

Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One, Android, iOS

This Telltale game, which became a cult favorite in 2014, reimagined classic fairy tale characters in a hidden town in 1980s New York and added them all to a murder investigation that the player leads. You get to lead the hunt for the murderer as the reformed Big Bad Wolf, just like the tough detectives you’d see on TV in the early 2000s; Only this time, the suspects and helpers are all familiar characters from fairy tales. You are tasked with unraveling the mystery of the killings that are taking place in Fabletown in episodic installments. Before long, the entire fabric of this strange community begins to break down. You won’t soon forget The Wolf Among Us, so continue on into Fabletown and take in the bizarre nature of everything.

 

The Wolf Among Us

7. Gone Home

Developer: Fullbright

Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS

Gone Home is the indie title you should look into if you like your adventures with a little bit of tragedy and a thoughtful look at gender and sexuality issues. Although it does not take you across expansive lands or involve heavy weaponry like the other entries on this list do, it does invite you to seek out a gripping and heartbreaking account of one girl’s motivation for fleeing her family home. Gone Home is set in a large, empty house and is told through the eyes of a young woman looking for her sister. As she moves through the house, she slowly looks for clues to what has happened there. Although it doesn’t sound like an adventure in the traditional sense, it is fascinating enough to keep you entertained just as long as the big-budget games mentioned earlier.

Gone Home

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