Fighting and running is all cool, but there’s a different kind of thrill in hiding behind the shadows to attack your enemies. And, this is exactly what the stealth games bring to you.
So, you must have heard the names of the popular stealth games like Thief, MGS, and Splinter Cell, but there are many others that are still largely unknown. So, here’s taking a look at some of the lesser-known stealth games that you must give a try.
This one is the newest kid on the block, but offers enough engagement to keep you hooked. The game as launched for PS4 and PCs this year, and its updated version is also due to come out soon enough.
The gameplay is such that you will have to sneak through places while avoiding being detected by dogs, guards, and the likes. You have a device known as the Volume through which you can run a series of planned attacks to overthrow the government.
The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena
Though Assault on Dark Athena is good enough on its own, it is also the closing chapter of ‘Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay.’
You can well-understand the aim of the player from the name of the game, and you’ll have a better idea if you have played the first version before.
Both the games are available as a package on PC, 360, and PS3. The best part of these games is the amazing hand-to-hand combat scenes that the makers have included.
The launch of Hitman Go as a mobile title drew more than its fair share of eye roll from the gaming community. But, the game has proved its mettle, and the ones who have played it once love coming back to it.
A combination of assassination and infiltration in the game play keeps things suspenseful and interesting, as you take Agent 47 through his different missions.
The Saboteur is an open world third-person stealth game based in World War II. Hooked to the idea already? That’s not where it’s attraction ends.
The game has a rather cool black and white background and colors would be added to the world as you finish your mission. And, your mission is to avenge the murder of your friend by siding with the French raging a battle against the Nazis.
Mark of the Ninja
If does not get any more stealthy than taking on the mantle of a frigging ninja! In Mark of the Ninja, the shadows are your allies. You will use them to attack your enemies and bring them within the killing range.
Dispatch your enemies and move on to the next mission. There are several factors working to your advantage here. For instance, your character can see the enemy only when you see them.
So, get your stealth mode on and do not let these games go unnoticed when you search for new gaming options.