Here Are 10 Video Games Which Have A Special Connection With India And Its People

Video games are almost an indispensable part of our childhoods. From shooting ducks while being teased by a dog, to an Italian plumber collecting coins; we’ve done it all.

Now that technology has grown leaps and bounds, video games have become very different. Games, these days, are peppered with ultra-realistic graphics to insane stories. And one of the most surprisingly happy things for an Indian gamer is to look at a game with an Indian connect to it.

Here are a few famous video games that have some connection with India and its people:

#1 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

After successfully killing General Shepherd, Price and a critically wounded Soap evacuate with Nikolai to a Russian loyalist safe-house in Himachal Pradesh, but soon encounter forces sent by Makarov to kill them.

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#2 Order 1886

Order 1886 has one most badass female freedom fighter of India.

#3 Prince of Persia : Sands of Time

The whole story behind the first three POP games in based on a mystical sand-clock possessed by an Indian king. At the start of the game, you need to fight Indian soldiers to get to the sand-clock. The backdrop in those scenes is completely Indian. The princess is Indian, and so is the villain.

#4 Hitman 2 : Silent Assassin

Two or three levels are played in the Indian state of Punjab. (Agent 47 enters the mission from an auto-rickshaw in one of those levels! For disguise he wears a kurta and a turban too!)

#5 Age of Empires 3:

A level allows the gamer to play the role of Indians in revolting against the British Generals.

#6 Far Cry 4

This game is set in a fictitious place called Kyrat set in India.

#7 The Lost Legacy

The story takes place in Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu, India. It is a standalone expansion. The story takes place in India, where Chloe seeks the Tusk of Ganesha.

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