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Submitted by myrddincrow 340d ago | article

Open World Games for Next-Gen: Better, Not Bigger Games

"The open world games of this generation are really good, but not quite great, when you think about it. Many times I’ll get the same reaction or outcome from NPC’s with my in-game actions. If you’ve played open world games, you know what I’m talking about here, if not let me break it down for you." - Bobby Perez of Str N Gaming (Fallout: New Vegas, Grand Theft Auto, PC, PS3, Red Dead Redemption, Xbox 360)

parentoftheyear  +   340d ago
I don't want bigger enviorments. I've been dreaming of the day when I can go into any building in GTA. Browse and antique store position things in my house. Buy any house I want by "convincing" the buyer to sell mwahagha
Perjoss  +   340d ago
what we need is a GTA V mod for Skyrim!
myrddincrow  +   340d ago
Bro, do you even Skyrim?

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