The best solo shooters for anyone who wants to sit alone to blast monsters and bad guys.
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Thrilling platforming challenges, mech murder, and one-off level-changing tools combine in an all-time great shooter campaign.
An incredibly well-made score attack shooter. The energy leash, the ability to kick enemies and the fast player movement give you plenty of scope to put together cool, flashy combos.
One of our highest-rated shooters of 2018, Dusk is a riff on classic FPS games, with clear influences from Quake, Doom and Half-Life.
Leveraging great ideas from System Shock with modern sensibilities and Arkane's incredible eye for aesthetic design, Prey is a dense, lethal playground for experimentation.
Trading the claustrophobic subway tunnels of Metro: Last Light for a mix of open and linear environments across a lush, living Russia, this is a classy sandbox shooter.
A throwback to certain FPS classics, but not a nostalgia trip—Amid Evil's low-fi temples, absurd bosses, and mythical weapons are all great in their own right.
BioShock's greatest asset is its setting. The claustrophobia and anxiety Rapture throws at you gives you permission to fight tooth-and-nail with powerful plasmids.
There's a big barrier to entry since it's VR-only, but despite only having three guns to choose from, Half-Life: Alyx is an exciting, utterly frantic shooter.
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