I dont think I have ever been as immersed in a video game as I have while playing Skyrim for the first time. I think it hit me while in Whiterun. The goal of /r/ Games is to provide a place for informative and interesting gaming content and discussions. Submissions should be for the. Some of the most immersive games to me were mass effect 1 and 2, halo trilogy, dragon age origins, oblivion, defiance, and far cry 3 but I'm. There's a lot of bad stuff you could say about ArmA, but for me there really aren't many games that manage to pull me in like that. Robinson Crusoe, especially solo. I'm hoping to be able to say that there are these features of games that are telling you how time is getting lost and also how people are then compensating for that when they come back out of the game and work out where they are and what time it is. You are not allowed to request a sticky. Every aspect of the world, like the ruthlessness of the enemies, the scarcity of resources, and even the tranquil beauty of nature are presented flawlessly, making it very easy to put yourself in its world. Or you could make your own list since you hate this one so much. You won't be able to vote or comment. For me it's sort of like DnD. In Thief you never wanted to be forced into a confrontation, even one guard could take you out, which made things more desperate: Different factions including ones above ground in old secret bases. I loved being a part of that community and kind of growing with the rest of the people on the server. Human Revolution is one of the most immersive games I've ever played. I for one highly value immersive games immersive a story-centered videogame experience. The Complete Saga 1st one, sequel, and, expansion. Skyrim came close, too, as did BioShock. Slowly we changed the purple landscape to blue and it was amazing. This game is unique in its form, with enough emphasis on interaction that your choices or failed actions can lead even to the unscripted death of playable characters. Gotta love games where you take 5 for the vista. Futuri casino the huge amount of time it required to gear up your character before the hacking started. Most immersive game for me though, must be Amnesia. Standing still will just make it easier for. Home Reviews PlayStation Playstation 3 Playstation 4 Vita Xbox Xbox One Nintendo PC Tech Screenshots Trailers. It really takes you into the atmosphere of a crime thriller when your actions determine the outcome on that level and there is no restart on failure at least not automatically. I have been playing games for years. It all seemed so real because it's issues that we already see today, but magnified, as if those conflicts had simply come to a head over the next 15 years. Exploring in this game has been like no other for me. The whole concept of this crazy religion and savior was simply mind blowing while i was playing it. Like in BGI where if you are too evil, the Flaming Fist comes after you in cities and towns and less rarely in the countryside , while in BGII in Athkatla if you cast a spell you get someone from the guild shadow dooring in a short while later like they do to Irenicus at the start and warning you that you have to buy a license. Not a direct answer, but the other day, I was playing Assetto Corsa when a decent-sized earthquake hit I'm in LA , just as I was going through a long turn on the Nurburgring, and it felt so perfectly synced and realistic. In the e3 demo I remember it took something like 2 hits to die.