The BEST Map System in a game you have ever used/seen.

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2 years ago#1
Metroid Prime series has by far the best map system out there. Hands down.

No seriously, don't bother posting, I win.
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2 years ago#2
Metroid Prime.

Is there room for two winners?
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2 years ago#3
ajko000 posted...
Metroid Prime series has by far the best map system out there. Hands down.

No seriously, don't bother posting, I win.


Thank god for that, since you have to backtrack hundreds of times on those games. LMFAO
2 years ago#4
I'm liking Xenoblade Chronicles map so far, though I kind of wish they had the quest areas on the map

But I think overall my favorite map out of all the games I have played would be Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past, such a unique art-style.....That or Chrono Cross
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2 years ago#5
ajko000 posted...
Metroid Prime series has by far the best map system out there. Hands down.

No seriously, don't bother posting, I win.


I thought of metroid prime before I entered the topic.
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2 years ago#6
Definitely Metroid Prime series. I can't even think of anything else that comes close.
2 years ago#7
Yeah I can agree with MPrime
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2 years ago#8
The old Resident Evil and Silent Hill games. You'd have to be an idiot not to understand those maps.
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2 years ago#9
007 GoldenEye

COMPLEX
TEMPLE
ARCHIVES
FACILITY

Pick one, better than anything else ever made to date.
2 years ago#10
Supreme Commander had an excellent map system, especially since it was so well integrated into the standard view and being able to alternate between zoomed in on individual units, pulled all the way back to see the entire map at once, or anywhere in-between was only a mousewheel flick away. The zooming was completely seamless, with units smoothly fading into icons at a certain point so that you could still make out every single one of the hundreds of objects on the battlefield at any given time. It's especially impressive that you could also have a minimap (with its own variable level of zoom), a single screen split into two separate views showing the map at any height on either side, or even use a second display as a map. You could also mix and match between those options. It also had quite a bit of customization in terms of what icons to show and supplementary information.
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