What makes a great open world game for you?

#1BiggyDXPosted 7/3/2014 4:50:04 PM
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#2aheroafakePosted 7/3/2014 4:56:25 PM
An open world where there is actually lots of stuff to do and as long as the world isn't static.
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#3MicrosoftLoverPosted 7/3/2014 4:57:34 PM
Sunset Overdrive
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#4WickedfoolPosted 7/3/2014 5:00:20 PM
Open world to me is lots of players in same world and never leaving the game world. For example, GTA Online is a great open city except that it has all these missions that take you out of the world.
#5NekudanPosted 7/3/2014 5:07:50 PM
Skyrim.
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#6mattglosbcfcPosted 7/3/2014 5:08:44 PM
aheroafake posted...
An open world where there is actually lots of stuff to do and as long as the world isn't static.


Id agree, but the lots of stuff has to be varied and interesting.
thats where Watchdogs failed imo. there was lots of stuff to do sure, but it was repetitive.

I love the small details. So a perfect open world game to me has to have all these small little details.
Like being able to go into lots of diff shops/apartments etc. I recall this awesome looking massive DIY shop in GTA5, but you cant enter it.

Lots of activities too, like a casino, something like in San Andreas the demolition derby dome.
#7Reichmaster01Posted 7/3/2014 5:13:40 PM
I'm with mattglosbcfc, the small details really make an open world game, audio ambience included. Dynamic weather is a huge plus.
#8aheroafakePosted 7/3/2014 5:16:33 PM
mattglosbcfc posted...
aheroafake posted...
An open world where there is actually lots of stuff to do and as long as the world isn't static.


Id agree, but the lots of stuff has to be varied and interesting.
thats where Watchdogs failed imo. there was lots of stuff to do sure, but it was repetitive.

I love the small details. So a perfect open world game to me has to have all these small little details.
Like being able to go into lots of diff shops/apartments etc. I recall this awesome looking massive DIY shop in GTA5, but you cant enter it.

Lots of activities too, like a casino, something like in San Andreas the demolition derby dome.


That is what I meant when I said "as long as the world isn't static."
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#9JusticeSwordPosted 7/3/2014 5:19:32 PM
What others said, plus the ability to affect & change the world with your actions.
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#10Blade_Of_IcePosted 7/3/2014 5:21:40 PM
life, i want to feel like the world is actually alive. I wanna see the sun n moon doing their thing, animals living their life, if its in a city, as many cars/planes and people as can be. Rain, Sun, and Snow.