There are a number of video games being created, especially now that narrative games have hit an all-time high in popularity recently, that have dealt with horrifying stories in history and turned them into interactive adventures in a video game. For example, like the upcoming Kholat which delves into the story about the hikers attacked in the Dyatlov Pass, and The Town Of Light, which explores our world’s dark medical history from the depths of an old asylum. But these five real historical happenings should definitely follow in their footsteps and be made into a video game.

1. The Sinking Of The Titanic
Way back in the 90’s, there was a computer game released that was an interactive experience aboard the R.M.S. Titanic. There was a mystery you had to solve, but I could never get far enough into the game to figure it out. I think this topic could still be a really great game though. Stop the sinking of the Titanic and change history forever. You could be as clever with it as you wanted, tying in a complicated plot line—and it doesn’t have to be romance-based.

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