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9 Best Saber Interactive Video Games



9 Best Saber Interactive Video Games

Saber Interactive is one of the first game development companies that create video games using virtual reality technology. Saber has developed a number of VR video games. While there are many new and upcoming gaming technologies, our focus today will be on some of the best Saber Interactive-developed video games in 2023.

1. Halo 3

9 Best Saber Interactive Video Games


Halo 3 was the first game in the Halo series to be developed by Bungie Studios after it split from its former parent company, Microsoft Game Studios. It was released on September 25th, 2007 for the Xbox 360 console and came out for PC on May 31st, 2008 (as a launch title).

Bungie had more than 200 employees working on Halo 3 during its production, making it one of their largest titles ever created. For reference, Destiny 2 (which came out seven years later) had over 500 people working on it when it launched!

For all this effort put into making such a beautiful fictional world come to life through gameplay mechanics and story moments alike—and because so many gamers have been trying hard enough since 2007 to play this game – Halo 3 has received universal acclaim from both critics and players alike!

2. Inversion

9 Best Saber Interactive Video Games


If you’re familiar with the world of Saber Interactive, you’ll know that they are responsible for games like Super Daryl Deluxe and NBA Playgrounds. Inversion is a third-person shooter game set in a dystopian future where humanity struggles against an alien race called the Lutadore for control of Earth. You play as Davis Russel, who has been sent on a mission by his father to destroy their mothership before it destroys Earth.

Inversion has gameplay elements similar to other third-person shooters such as Gears of War or Mass Effect 2: players have access to various weapons such as submachine guns, shotguns, and sniper rifles (although some weapons must be unlocked). Players also have access to special abilities such as an energy shield that can protect them from incoming fire or even take down enemies in one shot! This adds another level of strategy beyond simply hiding behind cover while shooting at enemies – do you use your shield now? Or save it for later when there might be more enemies around? The choice is yours!

Furthermore, Inversion features regenerating health so players don’t need health packs constantly; this means they can focus more on killing enemies rather than worrying about their health bar decreasing every time they get hit once again! There are many things we love about this game – but if I had one complaint it would be that sometimes enemy AIs seem overpowered compared with player AIs which leads me

3. Quarantine

9 Best Saber Interactive Video Games


Quarantine is a third-person shooter that was released in 2011. It was developed by Saber Interactive and published by Codemasters. The game was released on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC

In Quarantine, you are an elite soldier who has to fight off zombies using various weapons. The game offers up some really good graphics and sound effects that make playing it even more fun than it already is.

The game also has a good storyline which makes it even better because you get to learn about what happened when the outbreak happened and how did people survive against these people infected with this virus that turns them into zombies.

4. Timeshift



In the year 2043, mankind has just emerged from a devastating nuclear war. In the aftermath of this apocalyptic conflict, time travel technology has been perfected and it’s up to you to use it before it falls into the wrong hands. You’ll travel back in time through New Detroit, a fictional city that was built by robots after humans were wiped out in the war—a place where crime is virtually nonexistent and robot police officers patrol every corner.

Surely you can’t be expected to save humanity on your own? You’ll have help from other agents who have been recruited by an organization called CASTOR (the Center for Advanced Studies & Technologies), which may or may not be trustworthy depending on how things go down during gameplay: there are three different endings based on choices made throughout gameplay!

5. Necrovision



Necrovision is a first-person shooter that combines the horror genre with historical realism. It’s set in a fictional world inspired by the Soviet Union, during the Russian Civil War. This game features an immersive narrative, with great graphics and sound to match.

Necrovision takes place in 1920s Russia during World War I and Russian Revolution, but instead of following the story of Nikolai Tesla as he creates his death ray, it focuses on his nephew who was killed by Nazis during their invasion of Russia. You must fight through hordes of enemies while trying to learn what happened to your family member after he died at their hands.

6. Cryostasis


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If you like action games that force you to think and plan ahead, Cryostasis is the game for you! In this first-person shooter, your character wakes up from suspended animation in a nuclear icebreaker with no memory of what happened. You must explore the ship in search of answers.

The game was developed by Action Forms and published by 1C Company on October 12, 2009, for Microsoft Windows. It was later ported to Linux (September 2010), Xbox 360 (March 2011), and PlayStation 3 (June 2011). The story takes place aboard an Arctic research outpost called North Wind after a meteorite crashes into it, causing all kinds of problems that need fixing if anyone wants to live through this nightmare scenario.

7. Supreme Commander 2

Supreme Commander 2


This game is set in the future when humanity has colonized the galaxy. The player takes control of a faction and must build up their economy, army, and other units in order to defeat their enemies. Supreme Commander 2 features more than 30 different units that can be used on land or sea. Players can also build structures such as generators and factories to generate power for their fleets or vehicles.

The game features a multiplayer mode where up to eight players can compete against one another over the internet or LAN network connection. One unique feature of this game is its “strategic zoom” feature which allows you to zoom out all the way until you are looking at a grid-based map showing every structure within that area at once!

8. Gears of War

Gears of War

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Gears of War is a third-person shooter video game developed by Epic Games, released exclusively for the Xbox 360 on November 7, 2006. It was first announced at E3 2005 as an upcoming title for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and was published by Microsoft Game Studios. The game focuses on Marcus Fenix and Delta Squad as they try to save citizens from Locust Horde attacks in their home city of Sera. The player assumes control of Fenix who can use various weapons including chainsaw bayonets, sawed-off shotguns, and Lancer assault rifles to kill enemies while utilizing cover against enemy fire.

9. World War Z

World War Z

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World War Z is a zombie shooter game that is based on a movie of the same name. It was released in 2013, and it had its own version for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. The game received critical success and was praised for its gameplay mechanics and graphics.

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