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#1 The Walking Dead: Season Two

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The Walking Dead: Season Two, based on the Comic Book named The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman is an Episodic, Graphic Point-and-Click Action-Adventure and Interactive Drama video game. The game follows the story-line of the first season and continues from where it was ended previously. You can set yourself up into the character of Clementine (Previously the companion of Protagonist) and get into the play by exploring the world around you, interacting with the objects, engage yourself in the conversations with AI and NPCs, and by reacting to the replies given by the NPCs and change the course of events and endings of the game. Season Two of the game provides with a 400 Days game play in an apocalyptic world filled with Zombies and allows you to amaze yourself with a super thrilling and survival based game-play. The Walking Dead: Season Two is no doubt a great Graphic-Adventure and Interactive Drama video game to play and enjoy. You must play it.

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#2 Murdered: Soul Suspect

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Murdered: Soul Suspect is and adventure game developed by Alright Games and Published by Square Enix. The story of the game kick starts from an American town named Salem. With a third person perspective, the player controls the main character of the game Ronan (formerly and agent) and explores the town walking and running through different places and buildings like churches, apartments, graveyards etc. Ronan is bound to collect different collectibles scattered around the town. Ronan being a ghost gets the advantage to use a lot of ghostly powers and benefits himself along the way and the story continues. The game comes with a lot of amazing and special characters like a ruthless serial killer Bell, Julia the wife of Ronan, Abigail a Puritan era girl, Cassandra Ronan’s mother and Joy the only witness to the murder of Ronan. Ronan is back to finish what he started and wows to kill his killer. Amazing graphics, details and gameplay forces you to stick to your chair and play till you get tired. Packed with all the action and drama, Murdered: Soul Suspect is worth giving a try. You can play this game on PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.

#3 Below

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Below is an Action-Adventure, Single-player and Multiplayer video game with an emphasis on Rogue-like elements, developed and published by Capybara Games for Microsoft Windows and Xbox One. It takes place in the stunning environment, viewed from a top-down perspective. In the game, the player commands the tiny warrior to explore the depths of the remote island. It offers a randomly generated environment where the player can move and struggle to survive. The game is about exploration through procedurally generated world where the main goal is to contingent the survival of the character. There are numerous levels with challenging objectives that the player needs to complete for his survival. The game rewards the player with bonuses and points which he can use to raise up his power and can unlock useful tools and equipment. The game becomes tough as the player advances through it. Below includes core features such as Collectible Items, Top-down Action, Achievements, and more. Try it out, and it’ll entertain you.

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#4 This Is the Police

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This Is the Police is an Adventure, Strategy-based and Single-player video game created by Weappy Studio and published by Nordic Games for multiple platforms. The game places the player in the role of the protagonist named Jack Boyd, who is being forced into retirement by an evil mayor. It takes place in the fictional world set in the late 80s during the final 180 days of Boyd on the force. It is the perfect blend of Real-time Management and Strategy elements where the player commands the hero, a police chief in the locations of the game. The gameplay is offered via text and imagery on an isometric map. In the game, the objective of the player is to make up to $500,000 within six months on the force, through different ways which the player selects. There are numerous levels, and the player needs to complete each one by fulfilling the requirements to become the master. With immersive gameplay, superb mechanics, and stunning graphics, This Is the Police is the best game to play.

#5 The Wolf Among Us

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The Wolf Among Us is an Interactive Drama, Episodic and Graphic Adventure video game developed by “Telltale Game”. The story of the game is based on “Bill Willingham” Comic Book Series named as “Fables”. The game takes you back to the past in the year 1986 and fits you right into the character of “Bigby Wolf” a law enforcing officer. “The Wolf Among Us” starts off with you as the protagonist saving a fable girl from the attack of a woodsman. You take her to your place where she heals her wounds and leaves saying that “You are not as bad as People think you are”. Chapter ends and in next chapter someone gives you the news of the fable girl’s head resting at a Woodsman doorstep. Sherrif “Ichabod Crane” orders you to investigate and solve the case and take “Snow White” with you as your assistant. “The Wolf Among Us” is a super thrilling and exciting case solving and detective video game that lets you solve murder cases by investigating and collecting the clues/evidences and by interacting with objects and NPCs. The game has a twisted and strange story that literally makes you dive deep into imagination and curiosity. Wolf Among Us offers a brilliant Episodic, Interactive and Story Driven gameplay and beautiful visuals to enjoy.

#6 Tales from the Borderlands

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Tales from the Borderlands based on the original Borderlands is an Episodic, Interactive Drama and Graphic Action-Adventure video game developed by Telltale Games. Set in the Borderlands universe, this point and click graphic adventure video game lets you be anyone of the two main protagonists Rhys and Fiona, Explore the game world, interact with game objects, engage yourself into conversations with NPCs and make choices that will eventually effect the story and will set the course of events. Tales from the Borderlands provides with some gun-play elements too and features the same mechanics that were previously used with Borderlands and provides with procedurally generated guns and ammunition. Tales from the Borderlands have some more episodes yet to come out and will definitely amaze you with what it has to offer. For a great Adventure and interactive Drama experience, you should totally play this game.

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