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3 years ago#11
Captain_Urahara posted...
Raven_Cyarm posted...
Captain_Urahara posted...
Dark Souls


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fyar4wJ3-Y


Sounds like someone can't handle the game.

Edit: Besides, TC just added in that he has it.


Instant fanboy desense: He doesn't like a Souls game. HE MUST BE BAD AT IT!

Nope, it's just a mediocre uninspired game with undeserved praise.
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3 years ago#12
if dark souls counts as open world then the witcher 2 if you have a gaming pc or xbox 360. ps3 players don't get that game LOL
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3 years ago#13
Raven_Cyarm posted...
Instant fanboy desense: He doesn't like a Souls game. HE MUST BE BAD AT IT!

Nope, it's just a mediocre uninspired game with undeserved praise.


Instant hater defense?

I only say that because the only people I've seen post stuff like that are those who aren't necessarily bad, but just can't cope with the game's difficulty and patience required. Nice way to make yourself look bad I guess.
3 years ago#14
Kingmichael1337 posted...
if dark souls counts as open world then the witcher 2 if you have a gaming pc or xbox 360. ps3 players don't get that game LOL


360 players dont get Yakuza, JoJo All Star Battle and Persona 5 so I'm fine with that.
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3 years ago#15
Kingmichael1337 posted...
if dark souls counts as open world then the witcher 2 if you have a gaming pc or xbox 360. ps3 players don't get that game LOL


I can vouch for that. Damn good game. I didn't recommend it since this is the PS3 board but yes if TC has a good PC or a 360 then I recommend it.
3 years ago#16
skyrim
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3 years ago#17
also i've been playing assassin's creed 2 and it's basically this. there's a lot of sword-fighting if you want (the game kinda encourages you to be stealthy, but the combat is pretty easy anyway), and it's not totally open-world like skyrim or red dead redemption (a lot of the country-side between cities is skipped so you get loading screens instead), but certainly way more so than a lot of the games itt. think grand theft auto set several hundred years ago. i mean, technically it seems like the story is in a present day simulation of the past, but whatever.

plus i hear the other games are basically like this but with different settings.
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3 years ago#18
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
While not really an open world, it is very beautiful looking landscapes and the environments are well detailed and varied (although it has fixed camera angles). Plus it is full of hack n' slash combat and some really cool bosses.

Demon's Souls (pretty much the spiritual predecessor of Dark Souls)
Basically the predecessor of Dark Souls, so it plays a lot like a more linear version of DS and is also more navigable.
If you like Dark Souls, you'll like this as well.

Dead Island
It's open world, has a ton of weapons to find & upgrade, and has brutal & bloody melee combat. Plus you do lots of quests.
Its in First-Person though.
Also allows you to re-play with all your stuff (New Game +).


^ All of those are among my personal favorites.
3 years ago#19
Prototype 1 and 2.
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