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Submitted by Desolate_Hybrid 417d ago | opinion piece

Gaming Debate: Linear Verses Open Design

This is the first Gaming Debate from Gamer Assault Weekly. In this piece, 2 writers will take on each other in a debate about opposing view in the gaming world. This debate is between Alex Russ and Jordan Scott (writers at Gamer Assault Weekly), and the topic is Open World vs. Linear Gaming. (Industry)

LiViNgLeGaCY  +   419d ago
I love both types depending on the game. Both types of designs have produced amazing games.
Desolate_Hybrid  +   418d ago
I like them both depending on the game. Too much of one gets boring after a while. But it was interesting to hear the debate between the two perspectives. Each had some solid points.

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