This is one of the most popular novels video games and it’s more fantasy-based. It starts off with warriors and assassins who serve the Assassin’s Creed. They’re part of a sect of Nizari Ismailis who oppose the authority they live in. The assassins are mostly the soothsayers and the “good people” in the game and their loyalty stems from their drive to protect their people.
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Also known as Vallhalla (but not to be mistaken with other games called Valhalla) is a bartender simulation video game with visual novel elements. It’s available on Steam and basically, you’re a bartender that meets people in your own bar while hearing their stories. It gives the user the experience to feel like they’re facing a dystopian world yet the plus side is that people’s unique stories are incredibly fascinating. There’s a lot of dialogue that comes into play here and it progresses from one person’s story to another.
Last on the list is the Elder Scrolls. It’s a franchise that’s mostly based on role-playing. Its influence is heavily derived from RPG games such as Dungeons and Dragons so if you’re a big fan of D&D then you won’t be disappointed by this game. It’s a sequel to the events of the Oblivion series game. It focuses on the dangers posed by the floating city where the undead are present in society. Multiple parallel storylines coalesce in this novel game and it can be a wild ride that’s worth investing time in.