Condemned: Criminal Origins
Condemned: Criminal Origins published by Sega and developed by Monolith Productions is an Action, First-person Perspective, Horror-Survival, and Single-player video game. It allows the player to remain engaged in exploring the entire map and make use of multiple melee weapons to become a part of combat.
In the game, the player has to solve numerous puzzles, including find clues and search for fingerprints. During the gameplay, the player focuses on exploration, comes across multiple NPCs, and gathers various objects and items. At the start, the player can step into the shoes of the protagonist, a detective, and tries to have and exposure to surrounding breathtaking environments.
Throughout the game, the player has to complete different missions and receive several rewards. The whole world is full of multiple strange creatures, and the player must uncover the mysteries of life. The player attempts to fight off and defeat massive waves of enemies by making use of different weapons during the gameplay.
There are lots of exciting levels, and the player has to complete each of them to progress through the game. Condemned: Criminal Origins contains features, such as Lot of Elements, Detailed Mechanics, Unique Graphics, Brilliant Soundtrack, Smooth Controls, Different Levels, and more.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 is an Action, Point-and-Click, Survival, Horror, and Single-player video game brought to you by Scott Cawthon. The proposed gameplay obliges the player to survive a week of night shifts that last from 12 A.M. to 6 A.M. During the gameplay, the player comes across animatronics who try to attack him physically.
There are lots of animatronic who can harm the player in many ways. It permits the player to jump into a horror-themed map, named Fazbear’s Fright and accomplish multiple objectives. The surrounding setting is full of various kinds of props and unique equipment.
Throughout the game, the player has to monitor two separate security camera systems and even watch the status of three operating systems to reboot them whenever they become malfunction. The player can operate numerous systems, a set of audio devices, and many more to lure the animatronic away from his position.
There are five nights with increasing difficulty, and the player needs to complete all of them to unlock an even more challenging Nightmare night. Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 proposes some significant features, such as Lot of Elements, Detailed Mechanics, Unique Graphics, Brilliant Soundtrack, Smooth Controls, Different Levels, and more.