20 Games Like Agni: Queen of Darkness(TBA)
Desert Thunder is an arcade-style action tank game for the PC. Ripped from today’s headlines, the storyline immerses players into the heat of a desert-based military conflict. Players will tear through desert, urban and industrial settings in their experimental battle engine, the Abrams M1A6.
Be the Baudelaires—Switch between the 3 Baudelaire orphans to utilize each of their special abilities
Invent to Prevail—Gather objects throughout your adventure to build ingenious inventions to for solving tricky puzzles or for creating unique weapons to fend off Olaf’s creepy cohorts.
Truly based on a story— Engage in over 20 different missions based on the adventures from the movie and the 1st three books
Dupe the dopes—Defeat Count Olaf and his troupe of villains who assume many disguises in their never-ending pursuit of the Baudelaire orphans and their family fortune.
World War II Combat: Iwo Jima is a budget-priced first-person shooter developed by Direct Action Games and published by Groove Games. Like its predecessor, World War II Combat: Road to Berlin, it received extremely negative reviews from reviewers and users alike. It suffered from many of the same problems of the first game.
Set hundreds of years before the events of Starsiege: Tribes, Vengeance depicts the birth of the growing Tribal War. It focuses on the events surrounding five different characters over the course of two generations and how they each contribute to the developing war. The story ("The Past") begins with a Phoenix sub-clan leader named Daniel abducting the soon to be Queen, Princess Victoria. He takes her to his home world to show her the injustices done to his people and the two eventually fall in love. During this time, a cybrid assassin named Mercury is hired by an unknown contractor to eliminate Daniel, but the contract is canceled moments before the shot is fired. Eventually, Victoria and Daniel try to make amends between the Imperials and the Phoenix, but it all ends disastrously when the Phoenix's enemies, the Blood Eagle tribe, stage a raid on a Phoenix base disguised as Imperial troops. In rage, Daniel kills the Imperial King, Tiberius, whom Victoria avenges by killing Daniel. It turns out that Victoria was pregnant with Daniel's child, who was born female under the name Julia soon afterwards.
World War II Combat: Road to Berlin, also known as Battlestrike: Secret Weapons, is a budget-priced first-person shooter, developed by Direct Action Games and published by Groove Games. Despite its low-budget price, it has been panned by users and reviewers as having shoddy control, and a rushed, unfinished feel. The game was followed by World War II Combat: Iwo Jima.
Open Season is a video game, based on the movie of the same name. It was released for Wii, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, Xbox 360, Xbox, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo GameCube. The Nintendo DS version supports the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
While Patrick Warburton, Matthew W. Taylor, Nika Futterman and Danny Mann reprise their roles from the movie, most of the original people were replaced (for example, Chris Williams and Matthew W. Taylor are the voices of Boog and Elliot in this game).
When the Surf's Up, Cody Maverick comes running to hit the tubes with his board. Based on the 2007 film, Surf's Up follows the story of a young penguin surfer from Shiverpool Antarctica who enters the Big Z Memorial Surf Off on the island of Pen Gu. Single gamers may select from ten playable characters and then work their way through several environments including Shiverpool, Pen Gu, and the volcanic area. With friends, players may compete in a variety of competitions with such characters as Tank, Big Z, and Cody.
America's Army: Rise of a Soldier is the Xbox version of the tactical first-person shooter developed in conjunction with the US Army. You can create a soldier and advance him or her through an army career from recruit to leader of a Special Forces team. America's Army: Rise of a Soldier also includes online multiplayer, so you can battle up to 16 players over the Internet.
Experience the intensity of WWII through the stories of Sergeants Baker and Hartsock and your squad of paratroopers during the Normandy invasion. Brothers In Arms D-Day brings players the best of the Brothers In Arms franchise in a handheld gaming system. Players experience D-Day as a Screaming Eagle with more tactics and action exclusive to the PSP® system. Now players can surprise the enemy for the ultimate advantage in firefights, leading a fire team throughout the entire Normandy campaign. For the first time, players will also be able to lead a bazooka team, order their squad on an MG42, or fire mortar rounds. An enhanced co-op mode (Skirmish) offers players a 12-mission campaign. Co-op multiplayer (Skirmish mode): Play with a friend over ad hoc (wireless) through 12 different Skirmish missions in four different game modes through the co-op campaign.
Pariah is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Brainbox Games, HIP Games and Digital Extremes. It was released on May 3, 2005 for Microsoft Windows and Xbox. It uses a modified version of the Unreal engine and the Havok physics engine. Pariah received mixed reviews from critics.
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You are John Dalton, an ex-Marine assigned to patrol the edge of human space as a Marshal for the Terran Colonial Authority. Unexpectedly, your monotonous life is shattered by a chilling distress signal, plunging you into an adventure beyond belief.
Violent turmoil among the races has erupted on your watch. Thrust into a conflict that will determine the fate of the galaxy, you are humanity's only hope for salvation. Only you can prevent the Awakening.
Not Your Average Mission - Command a team of marines defending a ravaged base. Infiltrate an enemy stronghold. Rescue the trapped survivor of an alien raid. With a demanding array of objectives, you have one overriding goal - survival. Be ready for anything.
Unreal Graphics and Sound - Awe-inspiring graphics immerse you in a swarm of alien worlds full of breathtaking scenery and brutal action. 3D sound envelops you in hailstorms of bullets, mind-jarring explosions and the eerie chatter of alien tongues.
From Your Mind to the Game - Use the included Unreal Editor software to create your own levels of Unreal play. Design your own game mods and challenge others to enter your personal Unreal Universe.
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Based on the feature film from George A. Romero, this new chapter in the Living Dead series is a full-featured, first-person shooter video game sets players in the midst of a gruesome adventure in which they battle to save themselves – and a diminishing living population - from an army of the dead bent on spreading a zombie plague. Developed by Brainbox Games, a Digital Extremes Studio, and using the Unreal Engine, the game features terrifying zombies, frightening effects, an immersive storyline and key environments seen in the film. Gamers can also join intense, bone-chilling multiplayer battles against the dead on Xbox Live.
In the third instalment of the Thief series, master-thief Garrett is contacted by Keeper Artemus with a mission to steal two valuable artefacts. At the same time, Garrett learns about a prophecy: the coming of a Dark Age. He embarks upon a journey to unravel a mystery that threatens the existence of the order of Keepers. Is it possible that there is a traitor in their midst?
The stealth and thievery game, Thief: Deadly Shadows comes with a number of improvements over two previous parts. Released in 2004, it left behind the aging Dark Engine, using a heavily modified Unreal engine instead. Realistic lighting effects have been implemented: each character and object now casts its own shadow. A third person's view has been made available in addition to the standard first person perspective.
The stealth system that made Thief: The Dark Project and Thief 2: The Metal Age famous is still in place. You have to stick to the shadows and avoid making noise, as guards will react to anything suspicious. It is also the first game of the series that introduced free roaming. The City, divided into several unlockable districts, is yours to explore. You can interact with the city's inhabitants: pickpocket, steal, or even mug them for loot.