When a developer builds a single-player game, its creative team can craft a deeper back story and slow down the pace to allow the gamer to enjoy all the tasty details.
It can cater to an audience of one, instead of engineering frenetic action designed to keep groups of people entertained. When you play alone, horror games deliver more scares, action sequences are more intense. It's also much easier to surrender to the experience when someone isn’t screaming in your headset, “Dude, you just got pwned!”
Check out this list of some of the most immersive and enthralling single-player gaming experiences you'll ever have. We'll start with a good ol' zombie apocalypse.