Sci-Fi / Futuristic
DescriptionA significant part of these games takes place in the future or outer space or features many science fiction elements.
SEGA CD (1993)
The game's story is based on a mini-anime series, with extracts from the anime being used for cutscenes between the...
Mankind's last defender is pitted against an endless wave of alien ships, hellbent on destroying the Earth using incredibly powerful...
Devil's Tower is a single screen shoot 'em up viewed from the side. The screen is split in two by...
In the year 3000, an evil mastermind has released a plague of alien insects upon our galaxy. If Dex Hamilton,...
ZX Spectrum (1988)
Diablo! is a single player, science fiction, text adventure. It was released in two forms within the same package, one...
Sharp X68000 (1992)
Legend says that there exists an ancient world known as Vereator, powered by the mysterious energy Verbias. The treasure hunter...
After a series of German interactive fiction games (Das Stundenglas, Die Kathedrale, Hexuma), Harald Evers and his Weltenschmiede move on...
Top games as rated by our users:
- 4.85 Metroid Prime Trilogy (2009)
- 4.78 Napalm: The Crimson Crisis (1998)
- 4.69 BioShock 2 (Rapture Edition) (2010)
- 4.70 Malice: 23rd Century Ultraconversion for Quake (1997)
- 4.69 Summer Carnival '92: Recca (1992)
- 4.62 Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition (2013)
- 4.61 Aleste 2 (1989)
- 4.60 Sakura Taisen 3: Pari wa Moete iru ka? (2001)
- 4.60 Blazing Star (1998)
- 4.59 SD Snatcher (1990)
Games must have at least 5 votes and a User Score of 4.0 to be considered.
Sci-Fi / Futuristic is part of Setting. This group of genres contain:
- China (Ancient/Imperial)
- Classical antiquity
- Cold War
- Cyberpunk / Dark Sci-Fi
- Egypt (Ancient)
- Historical Events
- Industrial Age
- Japan (Ancient/Classical/Medieval)
- Middle East
- North America
- Pre-Columbian Americas
- Sci-Fi / Futuristic
- Sea Pirates/Caribbean
- South America
- World War I
- World War II