Game Informer: "Some people play every first-person shooter without exception. Others invest hours and hours into every turn-based RPG from Japan. I find myself gravitating toward games where you can jump from great heights."
Where's Grand Theft Auto and Batman Arkham City?
Or Saints Row or like the billion other games?/!?!? Not going to lie, I think I found it enjoyable the most in Just Cause, especially when you parachute down and latch someone and then a building and then you fly like Batman; awwh, good times.
I think the game which is the most immersive in terms of free falling is Mirror's Edge. I can barely keep my eyes open when I make a mistake and plummet to my death.
This list is forgetting these two games: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, where you could jump from "Dive Rock," or even kill the Adoring Fan and throw him off of it or headshot him with an arrow and watch him rag-doll to the ground or sometimes go flying out of sight. Battlefield 3, with it's skydiving from an aircraft at the very highest point of the map deploying your parachute at the last moment. Even the dirtbike catapult glitch. That had some good hang time.
I don't know if it's just me. But I think you really gotta be scrapping the bottom of the barrel if you're making a list of games that fufill free-falling fantasies.
Gravity Rush has a lot of free falling.
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