Top 5 most cinematic video games

Unplayable cut scenes, cinemas, or in-game movies have been a part of video games for more than 20 years. They help advance the plot, serve as a rest area for players and produce shock and awe like any good movie.

While the technique is evolving (some developers like Valve shun them altogether in favor of total interaction), cut scenes often make games feel bigger than they really are. And nobody does it better than the following games when it comes to memorable cinematics.

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vitz33632d ago (Edited 3632d ago )

A Microsoft article in regards to a Sony exclusive game.

"In a technical sense, “Metal Gear Solid 4” might be the most cinematic video game of all time, and not in a good way – it features what seems like several hours of near-mandatory viewing. The lengthy cut scenes can be skipped, but you have to press a few buttons to make it happen, spoiling an otherwise strategic game."

Hmm... Most of this is BS.

Then this is what they say about their beloved Halo.

"A lot of games make better use of movies (not to mention play better) than Master Chief's latest. But you’re not likely to find a more polished presentation than “Halo 3.” It’s more than enough to make you feel like you're part of something important, even if you're just killing aliens again for the umpteenth time."

LOL, Microsoft.

Tempist3632d ago

That entire list got pwned by the #1. That's an epic call made by the author of the article.

Did not see that coming at all. But it's got a good point to it.