Game worlds are bigger than ever, so how come we never stop to smell the roses?

Aoife Wilson:

I remember the first time I played Skyrim. It was pre-launch, at a public convention, and slots were strictly limited to twenty minutes per player. I can’t recall all the specifics, but I do remember that the demo dropped you just outside of Riverwood with the goal of talking with one of the town’s inhabitants to further the current quest chain. I waited in line, and when my time came I sat down, and there I was, on the banks of the White River, directly facing the entrance to the settlement.

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