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Posted 4/24/16

Freddy96NO wrote:

It can (like making a railworks, train system, magic, cars/planes and much more).
But it has it issues.
Also few things minecraft is limited on, as I wish for the "3D" to come in to have more that can be created or other things to work (as planes, cars etc isn't that fun or great in MC)


It certainly does have it's issues. I also wish it didn't use 20000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 K memory to run it.
Posted 4/24/16
Witcher 3 is the only fairly recent one I've put any significant time into.
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Posted 4/24/16
Skyrim has some of my favorite open world areas, just like with Wrath of the Lich King I love the feel of that northern climate, overall it isn't my favorite. More recently probably The Witcher 3. Would say Dragon Age as well but those aren't really open world.
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Posted 4/24/16 , edited 4/24/16
GTA and Saint Row.
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Posted 4/24/16
Is Dragon Age open-world? if not then I'd have to say Sleeping Dogs.
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Posted 4/24/16
Skyrim is incredible, but tbh I prefer Oblivion just for nostalgic reasons. It was my first Elder Scrolls game and I´ll never forget the joy I had playing it. Basically my favorite open world games are Oblivion, Batman Arkham series, and The Witcher 3.

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Posted 4/25/16

JosephJoestar01 wrote:

Skyrim is incredible, but tbh I prefer Oblivion just for nostalgic reasons. It was my first Elder Scrolls game and I´ll never forget the joy I had playing it. Basically my favorite open world games are Oblivion, Batman Arkham series, and The Witcher 3.




Its Morrowind for me. To the young kiddos, it (and Oblivion) are the games that come before Skyrim in the series. Morrowind is fairly dated by now, though, seeing as it came out back in 2002 iirc. However, the game is so good that mods are still being made and uploaded for it. The graphics and combat system may be dated (hello, mods!), but several core features got "streamlined" out instead of polished as the series kept going. Kinda like what happened between Fallout NV and Fallout 4- you can argue all you want about if Fallout 4 stands as a good game on its own, but is it a good FALLOUT game anymore?
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Posted 4/28/16
Saints Row The Third.
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Posted 4/28/16 , edited 4/28/16
Honestly there are so many games with fantastic open world settings. I really liked MGSV, Witcher 3, Just Cause (2 and 3), and Sleeping Dogs. But i'd have to give it to GTAV if i'm gonna be honest

I can't tell you how much time I spent going around and doing stupid stuff in GTAV. One of my favorite things about that game is just how accessible it is tbh. Need to get somewhere? Steal a car. Need to get there faster? Steal a jet. And Los Santos feels alive when you're going around doing whatever it is you're doing.


Although I think i'll be spending a lot of time playing No Mans Sky when it comes out, probably long after too.
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Posted 4/28/16
Definitely The Witcher 3, and the 172 hours I have on it in Steam can back me up on this :P

Been meaning to 100% complete Witcher 3 before the new DLC comes out, but there's just so much damn content, lol. IMO, Witcher 3 is not only the best open-world RPG ever made, but the best game ever made, period.
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Posted 4/28/16
Dragon Age 3
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Posted 4/28/16
The first Crysis. Nothing can beat that imo.
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