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Submitted by craigbic 592d ago | opinion piece

Open World Games: Exploring The Shallow End

There’s a common issue that plagues many open world games; one that is less the developers fault, and more our own completionist nature – a nature steadily built over years of rewarded exploration. Follow along as 30Plusgamer's Lee Cooper dives into the shallow end of open world games for a little exploration and exposition. (Culture)

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