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User Info: bshwalker

bshwalker
3 months ago#1
I prefer games that require escape rather than combat.
Are there any?
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User Info: Orestes417

Orestes417
3 months ago#2
Alien Isolation comes to mind
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User Info: cory1225

cory1225
3 months ago#3
Amnesia
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User Info: Darth_Kamcio

Darth_Kamcio
3 months ago#4
Aragami. Every enemy can kill you in one precise hit, so you better use your tools to avoid their sight and, if impossible, attacks. It can be also played in co-op.
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User Info: vlado_e

vlado_e
3 months ago#5
There is always the Thief series - the embodiment of the stealth genre. If you haven't played the games already, they are pretty good. The original trilogy is better the new reboot but that game can still be OK. I would suggest getting it on a big discount.

Dishonored although stealth is not required - you can also fight but escape is always an option.

Deus Ex also has the option of being played stealthily as an alternative to combat.

Mark of the Ninja is a pretty good 2D game where you can definitely go for a stealth approach.

Gunpoint is another 2D game where you can employ stealth and allows you to mess with gadgets, so it's a bit more of a puzzle .
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User Info: Lienhart

Lienhart
3 months ago#6
......why has no one mentioned Metal Gear Solid V?

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Pelaaja82
3 months ago#7
Soma.
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User Info: MuttonBasher

MuttonBasher
3 months ago#8
Robin Hood: Legend of Sherwood (2002). Top-down perspective, gorgeously rendered castles, cheeky dialog. You can beat the entire game without killing a single bad guy. It's been on sale recently at gog.com
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User Info: Darth_Kamcio

Darth_Kamcio
3 months ago#9
Lienhart posted...
......why has no one mentioned Metal Gear Solid V?

Because you can mow down a lot of bases by yourself.
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User Info: ajxh

ajxh
3 months ago#10
Darth_Kamcio posted...
Lienhart posted...
......why has no one mentioned Metal Gear Solid V?

Because you can mow down a lot of bases by yourself.

Well, he did say "feature," not "require." It's pretty clear that the game focuses on and rewards stealth, but doesn't make it totally necessary for those that don't like it.

Edit - Just kidding, he said "require" in the OP. Still, MGSV can be readily played utilizing stealth exclusively.
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