Open world games may offer more bang for their buck but these 10 offerings failed to deliver in the fun factor. Which open world games disappointed you?
Can't say I remember anything good or bad about Two Worlds, but what was interesting there was the choice of a weapon for different enemies. Thus (what a surprise!) swords dealt little damage to skeletons while some mace would smash them. That was cool. Driv3r had one of the greatest soundtracks I know, I even bought a CD with it. The game was bad though.
I'm surprised Saints Row IV wasn't on there. Compared to the last 3, it was just a red mess.
correction: You think it was a mess. I loved it :)
Some people liked E.T. Atari and Bubsy 3D.
Yeah I hope I never see steelport again. It wasn't as miserable in 4 compared to 3 since you could just fly around all the poorly designed parts like the bridges being eternally raised making driving through them a chore.
Yeah, its a shame considering how great Stilwater was.
10. Fuel (2009) 9. Gangs of London (2006) 8. Superman Returns (2006) 7. True Crime: Streets of LA (2003) 6. Two Worlds (2007) 5. Driv3r (2005) 4. Homefront: The Revolution (2016) 3. Infestation: Survivor Stories (2012) 2. Ravens Cry (2015) 1. Day One: Garry’s Incident
The older games are definitely forgivable. The recent ones have no excuses. I'm not sure if battle royale games classify as open world but they set a high standard for future open world games.
No Star Ocean 5?
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