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10 Video Games With Bad Open Worlds

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?

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goodwin973d ago

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.

Mikedzines973d ago

I'm surprised Saints Row IV wasn't on there. Compared to the last 3, it was just a red mess.

SamPao973d ago

correction: You think it was a mess.

I loved it :)

Eidolon973d ago

Some people liked E.T. Atari and Bubsy 3D.

Rachel_Alucard973d ago (Edited 973d ago )

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.

Kabaneri973d ago

Yeah, its a shame considering how great Stilwater was.

strotee973d ago

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

silentstalker973d ago

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.