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ZILLA  +   728d ago
GIVE ME FREEDOM OR GIVE ME DEATH!!
id rathe die on my feet than live on my knees!so emile...go F yourself
Mutant-Spud  +   728d ago
Interesting, I've just started to re-play Two worlds II and I was thinking about the idea of freedom leading to boredom last night, the best open world games are the ones which delay gratification to some extent, having to unlock areas of the map to progress or having zones which are impossible for low level characters to complete keeps people playing longer, I think. I've tried 3 times to get into Skyrim and when I hit the 40 hour or level 30 mark I start to get bored and find excuses to go and read or watch TV, being a guy I like a long term project but bouncing around a huge, empty tundra looking for emergent gameplay just seems a waste of time to me.
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Mutant-Spud  +   728d ago
That said I'm fit to burst waiting to pick up Far Cry 3 on Thursday, from all i've read this game could be "the one" LOL
PureSophistry  +   727d ago
Agreed
Hicken  +   727d ago
It doesn't work for everyone. Some people can only thrive with complete- or near-complete- freedom. Others work best within the framework of some sort of externally imposed limits. For many, it depends on the task at hand.

Gimme a mix of both. Freedom when I need it, limitations where necessary.

Absolutes(black and white situations) are rarely ever correct in more than the most general of sense.

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