Originally Posted by boredgunner
It's better than 99% of your backlog at least.
By the way Dragon Age: Origins isn't open world. Neither is Dishonored (hub based with sandbox levels), The Witcher (linear), The Witcher 2 (which is as linear as a game can possibly be), the Deus Ex games (hub based), and perhaps other games under open world that I don't know enough about.
Yeah, most new games only give the illusion of open world.
Think the few I know that give full on open world is Minecraft, the old Final Fantasy games, and a few older rpg titles I can't remember atm.
Though, Origins is still a good game. But you can easily power through it, had a room mate who could smoke it in under 3-4 days while drinking.
Was so fun to watch my room mate play that the 2nd one and all the mass effect ones. Then Knights of the Old Republic. She was blast when she was drinking and playing those games. She give them a hard time on some of the logic choices or decided to just half arse bosses at times for giggles.
She basically did full on beat the crap out of stuff with high attack power and just have so much health good luck killing her char before she had the char kill what ever she was attacking.
Since I just reminded of old games.
Ultima:Underground. One of my first PC games I ever played and remember watching my Dad play it. I think we never did beat it. Think my Dad got stuck in the water way with that darn blasted crocodile in the water. Me, I never could quite get far in that game, but heck I was 5-6 years old when I tried playing it.
Other old game, that I actually got pretty decent in.
Xargon, old DOS game. Some section could be a bit unforgiving, and areas just kept getting harder the farther you got. But I loved playing that game when I was little. Still got the floppy disc with that game on it.
Hehe, first computer we had. Still have it actually. Not sure if it fires up anymore though. Old Packard Bell, Windows 3.1. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Edited by Ithanul - 4/5/16 at 7:15pm
Remember playing this, can't for the life of me remember its name.