I honestly feel like the sandbox games are now the most interesting exploration games. They tend to be less formulaic and have more interesting things you can discover than most RPG's even though that used to be the exploration genre. In a very different way, adventure games are also exploration games. If you are into point and click adventures at all, I would say give grim fandango a whirl. --- I5 3570 | GTX 760 | FILCO Majestouch 2 tenkeyless | Zowie FK | Asus Xonar DGX | Sennheiser HD 518 | Samsung S24A350H
Morrowind definitely, as others have said it does genuinely feel so varied across the map. Skyrim too.
GTA San Andreas is another great one.
Aren't there flight simulators that use Google map photos to draw the ground? I think I heard of such a project years ago, but I don't remember, but it would be fascinating to find out. Imagine using that to 'fly' over city streets.
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I'm starting to wonder what exactly is it, that you do for a living..
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