- Metro 2033
The novel Metro 2033 was written by the young writer and journalist Dmitry Glukhovsky at the age of 18, and was first published in 2005. This post-apocalyptic planet vision then became a hit Major hit with more than 3 million copies sold worldwide, also supporting the popularity of the game version released by THQ.
The game takes the players to Russia in 2033, after the nuclear war devastates the entire Planet, the remaining people flee to the metro system below the city to escape and attempt to rebuild their lives. Live and try not to get trapped in the battle between factions.
The graphics of the first edition as well as the sequel Metro 2033: Last Light are carefully cared for, thereby conveying to the player the ruins of the earth, together with an in-depth plot while exploiting a lot in the post-apocalyptic (apocalyptic) society, along with a gameplay that incorporates innovative action and puzzles, rendering the replay even stronger than the FPS games available at the same time.
- Enslaved: Odyssey To The West
Among the titles published, Enslaved: Odyssey To The West (EOTTW) showed a very innovative way of translating the novel’s ancient plot into a Steampunk-styled setting, complete with screens.
Eye-catching gameplay, which at the time was not available in games of the same genre
The developer is also very creative at organizing the background of an occurrence in a novel differently from the original but also using the same cast of characters, providing a sense of both unusual and familiar, stirring interests and the gamer ‘s willingness to test this.
- Spec Ops: The Line
Inspired by the novel Heart Of Darkness by late writer Tim Conrad and director Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now, the plot of Spec Ops: The Line (SO: TL) begins to become more enticing after gamers uncover the mysteries hidden deep underneath the ruins of the once glorious city of Dubai. At many times in SO: TL, players will stand between incredibly difficult options, not between good and bad, but between two similarly evil choices. And if you pick, they’re going to have an impact on your two teammates, and they’re going to change the game a little when you get closer and closer to the ‘reality.’