In this game, the player has the right to write his history when achieving several assignments along the course of the story. Far Cry became popular after its launch in 2004. The reason for this fast-growing popularity is its high-quality graphics at that time. More than 800,000 copies were sold in the following couple of months, solidifying its place among the best-selling video games of all time.
Released in 2003, this game tells the story of an elite agent who ensures national security and constantly faces perilous tasks. In the plot, the player saves the world by fighting with terrorists and criminals who threaten the security of the nation. This game also inspired a series of novels called “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell” by Raymond Benson, which also gained critical success and made its way into Wall Street Journal and New York Times’ bestseller lists.
Prince of Persia
This game placed Ubisoft as one of the best companies in the video game market in France. Although the first installment of “Prince of Persia” received heavy criticism, the game still received commercial success and was released in a trilogy in 2003. It eventually became one of Ubisoft’s thriving works that paved the way to more success in the French video game industry
Beyond Good and Evil
The unconventional plot of the game Beyond Good and Evil gives a remarkable experience in a player’s life. With its thrilling and intriguing script and its magical worldview, the game could move the players among the characters and explore from one world to another.
It is impossible to not mention this game when discussing the French video game industry. It has an excellent reputation for its armless, graceful, and hero, Rayman, who is the most famous French video game character abroad. Ubisoft Studios produced the game out of the imagination of Michelle Ansel. It was first available in 1995 on the PlayStation. Suffice to say, the game is a masterpiece in the 2D game generation.
Alone in the Dark
Launched in 1991, Alone in the Dark is one of the games that put France among the top countries that contribute to the video game industry. A horror adventure that has several thrilling stages and is equipped with 3D controls and movie-like camera angles, the game influenced and inspiredShinji Mikami and Shigeru Miyamoto who later created the highly popular “Resident Evil” and “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time”, respectively.
If France has ever added anything to the market of video games, Dofus would be one of the reasons for that. The French gaming company, Ankama, successfully released the game in 2004. Later, the company expanded into the areas of editing and animation, aside from video game development. Several features of this game have made it a success not only in France but also all over the world. This includes the fantastic graphics and the game flow with role-based tactical combat stages.
Life is Strange
Life is Strange revolves around Maxine Caulfield, a scholar who thinks she can travel in time for short periods through picturing events in her mind. The intriguing feature of this game is the meticulously set narratives and stages.
Another World (also known as Out of This World)
Players abroad have considered Another World the stepping stone for France to enter the world of video games. The idea of the game revolves around an adventure full of futuristic settings and stages. Lester Chaykin, the main character of the game, is a physicist who goes into a constant struggle in a parallel world after an accident happens with one of his accelerators.
Assassin’s Creed offers an incomparable gaming experience. The key for such an experience is simple: the game flows through several stages of exploration, fighting, and combat in different cities over different time slots with a lot of surprises with every new installment. Assassin’s Creed is one of Ubisoft’s masterpieces that has won the hearts of thousands of players around the world.