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Games with a good southern bayou feel?

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2 years ago#1
Like the atmosphere in Left 4 Dead 2 or House of the Dead Overkill. Something like that.
2 years ago#2
Lost Planet.
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2 years ago#4
Assassin's Creed Liberation HD, if you like historical bayou
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2 years ago#5
Bayou Billy
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2 years ago#6
tropical/bayou/wetlands/games with those riverboats with propellers.

mercenaries,farcry 1-3, just cause2, no one lives forever, bayou billy, tropico, dead island, the saboteur game was set in one of the southern states iirc. L4D2
2 years ago#7
I think Hitman: Blood Money had a mission where you could shoot up a redneck wedding on the bayou.
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2 years ago#8
It doesn't sound like you're looking for any old-school adventure games, but the Gabriel Knight series is set in New Orleans, and provides some of the best southern bayou atmosphere I've ever played. It has all the heavy accents, Voodoo shops, and mosquito buzzin' you could want. Whenever I play Gabriel Knight, I can practically feel the swampy humidity in the air.

Speaking of Voodoo: it's not set in the bayou, but Risen 2 is about a pirate who can use Voodoo magic. It's not necessarily a good game, but if you like old Haitian Voodoo, that's an option I guess.
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2 years ago#9
Parts of Far Cry 2. There are some swampy/jungle areas with propeller boats and muddy water.

Point Lookout in Fallout 3 takes place in a swamp.
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2 years ago#10
Grim Fandango
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