Story based games
Story-based games are a type of video game that tells a story. They usually have a linear progression, in which the player follows the story along with their character and completes tasks to move forward in time. Some examples of story-based games include:
BioShock 2 (2007) – A first person shooter set in an underwater city that's being terrorized by genetically engineered creatures called "splicers." You play as Jack, whose goal is to find his wife and escape the city before it falls under control of those who created these monsters
Fallout 3 (2008) - Your character wakes up after being trapped underground for years, then wanders around without knowing what happened or why they're there. As you explore your surroundings and find items throughout each level, you'll learn more about yourself as well as why others may want something from you—including an organization known as "The Brotherhood" led by Mister Crowley who wants access into Vault 13 where all residents claim knowledge about how everything works inside these underground chambers!
Virtual reality games
Virtual reality is a new technology that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It's a way to experience a game in a different way, by immersing you into the environment and time of your choice. You'll be able to see what it's like to be on top of buildings or inside caves and caves, all while feeling immersed in the story of the game!
layed on any device with an internet connection—so if you have an old phone lying around somewhere, there are plenty of ways for people who don't have VR headsets yet (like me) can still get involved!