Extreme Games are inspired by real events that you don’t know

Sometimes it takes a lot of effort for publishers to come up with interesting, strange stories with horror, adventure or humor genres to put into their games. However, there are real life events that are equally thrilling as the stories in fantasy, sometimes even more attractive. And the truth is, there are so many stories that producers put into the game and they show us that the facts are even more bizarre than fiction. Let’s take a look at some of the games that have been transformed from real life stories:

Kholat
Real-life mysteries are far more frightening than fictional ones, especially when they haven’t found a solution in decades. Based on the notorious Dyatlov Pass, IMGN. PRO’s survival horror game Kholat records the journey of a main character (voiced by Sean Bean) as he walks on a journey with a group of people. Young mountain climbers of Russia and met mysterious ending on 2/1959
Real-life mysteries are far more frightening than fictional ones, especially when they haven’t found a solution in decades. Based on the notorious Dyatlov Pass, IMGN.PRO’s survival horror game Kholat records the journey of a main character (voiced by Sean Bean) as he walks on a journey with a group of people. Young mountain climbers of Russia and met mysterious ending on 2/1959

The Cat Lady
The Cat Lady carries a very specific storytelling melody. However, while such stories used to have a quiet, gloomy atmosphere, The Cat Lady had a hopeless melancholy.

The game was inspired by stories of depression that were told by creator Remigiusz Michalewski by family, friends and patients who were taken to Exeter Hospital where he worked as an assistant. The environment is full of gore and the game’s creepy art style, like the injuries he saw at his workplace. The Cat Lady is like a profound portrait of surreal nightmares, the minds of individuals with severe depression when they try to commit suicide.

LA Noire
Based on the story of the criminal world in Los Angeles in the 1940s, Rockstar made LA Noire.

Rocstar’s creators relied on some of the most horrifying murders in history, forcing players to test their investigation skills in a series of cases with a higher level of challenge. A notable example of Rockstar’s sophistication in bringing these cases to the game is the detail “The Quarter Moon Murder”, in which the main character, Cole Phelps, has committed a series of crimes like that of the men he ended Elizabeth Short’s life in 1943 in real life. If Short’s name sounds familiar, it’s because she is “Black Dahlia” in real life, a Hollywood celebrity in history is not because of her acting talent, but because of the tragic case. Be clarified attached to her nickname. Many people said that playing games felt more authentic than reading real life cases.