Submitted by DJjazzyGeth 1099d ago | opinion piece

Point of Contention: The Joy of Discovery

An example-laden look at how discovery and exploration are really the best tools for making a game long lasting and memorable. (Assassin's Creed, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Dev, Fallout 3, Minecraft, PC, PS3, Sins of a Solar Empire, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

3-4-5  +   1099d ago
Kind of true. It's awesome just wandering around a game your just getting into and then you stumble upon something awesome that you remember for the next 20+ years of your life.
ironblitz  +   1099d ago
Yeah, that's what I loved when I first started playing WoW: there was such a big world and so much to see! I'd spend hours just wandering around!

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