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Xenoblade X Lets You Launch Your Camera into the Stratosphere

Kotaku:
I had no idea how much I wanted an RPG to let me do this until now.

Xenoblade Chronicles X is not an easy game to navigate. It is simply massive and can take hours to run across. More than that, even with waypoints, it’s common to find an unclimbable mountain or area full of high-level monsters between you and where you want to go. The game also has a lot of vertical depth—meaning you will often find yourself at the bottom of a canyon, unable to see the terrain beyond the cliff walls.

And while the mini-map and its topographical information help (for those who can read topographical maps anyway), it shows far too limited of an area in many cases. The game pad’s world map, on the other hand, is not detailed enough. Luckily, there is another option, and it’s perfect.

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wonderfulmonkeyman1015d ago (Edited 1015d ago )

Yeah, this was one of the features that I liked hearing about most.
I'd be perfectly okay with "Hopper Cams" becoming a standard for massive single player RPG's.
Witcher 3, No Man's Sky, and many others could easily make good use of such a thing.