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Submitted by mephman 602d ago | opinion piece

Top Five Game Cities I Know Better Than My Own

Gaming Union: "One of the grand achievements of the modern gaming era has been the creation of the digital city. A place where gamers can take the tools given to them and toys and literally go to town with whatever their imagination can come up with, struggle to survive against an onslaught of impossible odds or alternatively gain more insight into the world they're trying to save. Fast cars, automatic weapons, grappling hooks and otherworldly technology are just some of a long list of features that have made these environments so much fun to use as a virtual playground; but a tremendous contributing factor to all of this is the design and layout of the world itself, not just the things we use to explore/destroy it." (Assassin's Creed 2, Mass Effect, PC, PS2, PS3, Xbox 360)

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