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Four friends are accusing one another over who stole the money they had looted together and have caught themselves up in a Truxican standoff. One member of the group asks for help in finding the culprit. Upon accepting the mission, Marshall Friedman will make contact by ECHO, saying that only one person will state the truth and that the other three friends are lying. He requests assistance in uncovering the identity of the thief, and shooting him/her.
The best stealth games make avoiding challenges as fun as overcoming them, and they encourage us to think outside of the box as we plan our next escape, heist, or assassination. Stealth is a sandbox for systems-based encounters that leverage reactive worlds, and many of the best stealth games also turn into great action games if you happen to blow your cover, which makes the genre uniquely dynamic.
We've spent countless hours as ninjas, hitmen, secret agents, assassins, devious raccoons, and everything in-between. We've sneaked and sleuthed our way through mansions, factories, spaceships, banks, military bases, and more, and we've come back to share the 10 best stealth games you can play today.
Updated on July 12, 2021, by Juliet Childers: Arthur Morgan might be the best video game character ever created. He can be witty and harsh, empathetic and unforgiving, and goofy yet aloof. Much of his personality lies in his journal, dialogue, and how his voice actor brings him to life. From opinions on women's suffrage and slavery to existential crises, Arthur Morgan has a quote for everything. But the best part about each and every kernel of personality he gives us is that there always seem to be new ones yet to be discovered.
Spread across a range of large, open levels, which actually made use of vehicle modes, you could pick from three different Autobots (Optimus Prime, Red Alert, and Hot Shot) to embark on some very challenging missions, with many ending in a difficult boss battle against a notable Decepticon, such as Starscream.
Darkwatch featured solid FPS gameplay with horse riding shooter segments and some useful vampiric abilities, which were unavailable in missions set during the daytime, making the player rely on standard tactics. It had a great art style, and was originally planned as a series, but this never happened as the sequel was canned.
Each game, including this debut outing, saw the titular Raccoon thief pull off various heists and engage in boss battles. Sly could use the world to his advantage, shimmying up drainpipes, perching on vantage points, and hiding so he could execute stealth attacks. He also fought foes face to face, but this was a noisy option. The end result was a great example of 3D platforming that demonstrated the genre could be more flexible and varied than it usually was.
As amnesiac solider Nick Scryer, you embarked on a series of missions to combat an evil regime, at the same time uncovering both your past and your forgotten psychic powers, such as telekinesis, pyrokinesis, mind control, and remote viewing. These could be used at your discretion during your missions, and you were often allowed to experiment and tackle combat situations as you saw fit.
You infiltrated enemy bases, sabotaged supplies, and generally became a major thorn in the side of the invading army. All of this took place within an occupied New York. As you succeeded in your goals, you gained charisma. The more charisma you had, the more followers you could lead. You could tell these allies to follow, defend, and attack, which was simple squad commanding, but functional. Each chapter was made up of various missions, and your actions in one mission could affect events in another, with some actions weakening the Russian military presence in later missions.
Along the way, you enlisted help from paramedics and firefighters who could heal people, put out fires, and break open doors. Your performance was rated in every mission in a number of ways, such as accuracy, collectibles, and so on. Special challenge missions also let you unlock better weapons.
Urban Chaos looked great for a PS2 FPS, and it featured some of the most satisfying gunplay around. Head shots in particular were gratifying (and often the best way to take out foes, so mastering it was important), and the riot shield opened up new game mechanics, such as having to slowly approach a hostage-holding gang member, shielding yourself from fire until you could get in that elusive headshot. Brilliant.
Armed with a deadly katana and twin blades concealed in his arms, as well as an arm-mounted machine gun and a leg-mounted bazooka, Hyakkimaru set out to find and defeat the 48 fiends, accompanied by his companion, the young thief, Dororo.
The hunting of the original game was accompanied by a complex gathering and crafting system, with every item farmed or carved off fallen beasts being used to make items, weapons, and armor. The game, thanks to numerous quests, many of which you needed to grind in order to find rare resources, is immense. It tried its best to make you dislike it with clunky controls and a dodgy camera, but this was one title where it was well worth persevering, just like the many sequels.
You played as Gene, a fighter who lost his arm in a gang attack. Luckily, he was bestowed with a replacement, one of the two God Hands, magical arms used to combat demons. With this arm now a part of him, Gene walked the Western-themed world fighting all sorts of bonkers villains and demons with a range of over-the-top combat moves.
Beyond Good and Evil used game mechanics from various other titles, mainly releases like Zelda and the Metroidvania genre. Parts of the world are closed off until Jade acquires the right abilities or equipment to progress, and the open world can be freely explored in order to find secrets and side missions. There is a photographic side quest to take pictures of every animal species on the planet, and finding all of the pearls in the game (also used as currency), can take a good while to complete.
Robbing homes in Red Dead Redemption 2 is pretty straightforward, as players have to retrieve stash hidden away and make an escape. These missions, which became available in Chapter 2, are tied to the strangers' random events that can happen at any time while traveling.
Gunsmiths and general stores are the best stores to rob, as they usually have good amounts of money. It's also more profitable to sell the items taken from the shelves, as opposed to medicines, which are not worth that much.
The only doctor that it's worth to rob is the one in Valentine, as it allows players to get the Schofield Revolver, one of the best weapons in the game. This robbery, however, will result in a confrontation with the law, so be prepared before attempting it!
Robbing stagecoaches isn't particularly profitable in the early game, but things improve once the fence in Emerald Ranch is unlocked. Additionally, in Chapter 3, several stagecoach robbery-focused missions become available, with the discouraged employees Hector and Alden providing Arthur with information on six different stagecoaches.
Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are best friends at Deepdean School for Girls, and they both have a penchant for solving mysteries. In fact, outspoken Daisy is a self-described Sherlock Holmes, and she appoints wallflower Hazel as her own personal Watson when they form their own (secret!) detective agency. The only problem? They have nothing to investigate.
Not just one of the best games on the PlayStation 4, The Witcher 3 can lay claim as being one of the best of all time. It is an extraordinary feat in game design, where it seems that every action undertaken in the massive third-person RPG has an effect on the game world.
We particularly like the axe-throwing mechanics and, specifically, the weight of the axe itself as it travels back to your hand Thor's hammer style. No PS4 should be without easily the best God of War game and one of the best PlayStation games full stop.
It may be a more recent addition to the list, but Final Fantasy VII Remake would easily slot into any best PS4 games line-up, even if it was just a top five. The PS4 exclusive is much more than a remaster of the classic PSOne JRPG, it's almost a new game, having been rebuilt from the ground up, with amazing new graphics and combat system that hold it in good stead with most other games released this generation.
Some games lean heavily on their gameplay systems to offer a rewarding arc for you as you learn more about how to excel. Others concentrate on telling a good story first and foremost, enveloping you in a yarn. Of course, many of the best can do both, but we think it's worth considering which you're more interested in as you think about potential titles.
If your movie time is calling for a highly-rated science fiction action thriller, make sure to check out Inception. Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, the movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a killer thief who excels in stealing sensitive information by infiltrating the subconscious of his enemies.Apart from DiCaprio, the sci-fi thriller also features Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, and Tom Hardy. Thanks to the interesting story coupled with the star power, Inception not only bagged Oscar but also became the worldwide fourth-highest-grossing movie of 2010.Watch the trailer hereIMDb: 8.8Rotten Tomatoes: 87%/91%
Updated on October 24th, 2020 by Mark Birrell: Every movie fan is looking for a little escape most of the time and there's nothing quite as engrossing as a great prison break story. With so many great examples from almost the entire breadth of cinematic history, it can be easy to overlook some of the best. So here are 5 extra prison escape films that you'd be lucky to get locked up with.
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