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Games Like The Last of Us for Linux

#1 Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy

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Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy is an Action-Adventure, Third-person Shooter and Interactive Drama video game made by Quantic Dream. This Psyche thriller Film Noir drama is set in the city of New York and its story revolves around the character of protagonist Lucas Kane. Lucas Kane gets assigned on a task to solve the murder cases committed by a man who controls people’s minds by using his super natural powers and then kills them. The Killer gets aware about the activities of Lucas and follows him to a Dinner where he forces his spell over Lucas’s brain and makes him kill a man. You must get into the character of the protagonist and find out the truth about the killer’s spell over you. You must also speed up your investigations in order to stop the killer from killing more innocent people. You must go through the sessions of physical and mental therapy to reduce the manipulation caused by the killers spell. Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy provides with different game endings, all based up on the actions performed by you and the path selected by you. A mental health bar keeps on telling you about your sanity levels so you must keep track of that or else you’ll end up killing another person. With an amazing psycho-horror game story, state of the art graphics and an engaging game-play, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy is a great game to play, you must try it out.

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#2 Life is Strange

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Life is Strange is a Single-player Graphic Adventure and Interactive Fiction video game by Square Enix. The game consists of five main episodes and focuses on the character of a Photography student named as Maxine Caulfield. Maxine Caulfield discovers out that she has the special ability to reverse time and any specific moment. The story takes a twist when Maxine foresees a huge Storm raging to destroy her town and that the time when she realizes that she’s the only one to prevent it from happening. Life is Strange allows the players to control the character of Maxine Caulfield and follow the narrative as it unfolds into all the storyful actions that the player character performs. Amazing trips to the past, fantastic quests, freedom to explore and the ability to manipulate environmental elements, loads of challenging puzzles and game ending based upon the actions performed by the character, Life is Strange offers a truly remarkable gameplay experience that is based on pure graphics and interactive elements. With an episodic gameplay, various character archetypes, a great story, graphic adventure nature and point-and-click puzzles, Life is Strange offers beautiful visuals and an impressively addictive gameplay to enjoy. Life is Strange is available to play on Microsoft Windows, Mac, PlayStation, Xbox and Linux platforms.

#3 Metro: 2033

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Metro: 2033 is a Hardcore Action-Adventure, Horror-Survival and First-person Shooter video game and a direct sequel to Metro last Light. The game is set in a Post-Apocalyptic era and takes you to the city of Moscow, Russia. Once again you’ll play as Artyom and your task is to survive and save the humanity from the reign of mutant creatures and their sudden deadly attacks. In order to complete the tasks, you’ll have to scavenge an open world for items like food, weapons, ammunition and medical supplies, fight against the mutants using different weapons in close and long distance combats and survive until every one of the enemies is killed or is neutralized in any other way possible. With an amazing game-play similar to its predecessors and Fallout series games, a great story to follow, ultra-realistic visuals and an amazingly realistic game setting, Metro 2033 is a great Action, horror, Survival and First Person Shooter video game to play and enjoy. Do try it out.

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#4 Orwell

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Orwell is a series of video games created by Osmotic for multiple platforms. It mixes the Adventure, Dystopian, Atmospheric, Interactive Fiction, and Episodic elements and takes place in the country known as the Nation. The player takes on the role of the protagonist, a state operative who must monitor surveillance sources to locate the national security threats. Keep an Eye on You serves as the first title in this episodic video game series. According to the plot, the country where the game is set, it controlled by the government known as The Party. As the storyline advances, the party passes the Safety Bill, expanding the ability of the government to spy on its inhabitants in the name of national security. The game enables the investigations into people’s private communication of interest, but it doesn’t enable anyone player full access. The operations of Orwell is turning by two teams such as Investigators and Advisors. Investigators are those people who are working for the government outside of the Nation and search through the communication of selected people and unlock interest and items while Advisors are those people who work inside of the Nation, using the data chunks to determine the action’s course and more. Orwell is the wonderful game to play.

#5 We Were Here

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We Were Here is a Psychological Horror, Adventure, First-person Perspective, and Puzzle video game with VR (Virtual Reality) element developed and published by Total Mayhem Games. The game introduces both Single-player and Online Multiplayer mode in the stimulating environment. It comes with a compelling storyline, in which the player as the protagonist lost in the frozen wasteland and split up from his friend inside an abandoned castle. There is an only a single source to communicate with his partner is walkie-talkie with a familiar voice. The ultimate task of the player is to find a way out as soon as possible within time limit. The game acts as the free pilot episode in the series of co-op standalone puzzle-based adventures. Two characters are stuck inside the castle, with one of two players confined to a small part of the castle while other players explore the castle’s halls to find the player one in the game. Every room challenges the wits and ability of the player to communicate, using only voice. We Were Here includes prominent features such as Atmospheric Setting, Challenging Puzzles, Intriguing Environment, and more. Check it out, and have fun.

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