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Submitted by HundredProofSam 264d ago | opinion piece

The Saboteur, and the beautiful randomness of open-world games

Whether or not you love the genre, many of the world's top developers are creating open-world games for next-gen consoles. And that may not be a bad thing. (Culture, The Saboteur)

KillrateOmega  +   264d ago
Open-world is pretty much my favorite genre at this point. For me, nothing beats the freedom, scale, dynamic environments, the locales, and resulting immersion and randomness.

"Have any random, memorable open-world game moments of your own? Share them with us."

LOL I'm actually having trouble isolating a singe one :)
ajames347  +   264d ago
Yeah I'm a huge fan of open-world myself. My favorite moment is pretty much anything extra I come across while playing Fallout 3--that game is chock full of too many to count!

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