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Submitted by Boysangur 311d ago | opinion piece

Exploring the Gaming Atlas or What’s Next for Old Settings

AlienLion:

If you consider how many video games have been made in the history of the whole wide world, you’d expect a certain level of repetition, when it comes to the backdrop. Our options are obviously limited in general, but some genres require certain check-boxes to be ticked, as well. You certainly couldn’t place a first-person sci-fi shooter in Scunthorpe, for example... (Assassin's Creed III, Culture, Empire: Total War, Fallout, Viking: Battle for Asgard)

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