Posts Tagged ‘open world’

Two New Videos Arrive For The Witcher 3

by Callum Tyndallon 21/08/2014
Two brand new videos have arrived for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and the new installment in the action-RPG franchise just keeps looking better. First up is the unboxing of the standard edition of the game and all the wonderful things that come with it. Included in the standard edition box is: Blu-ray game disc […]

Terraria 1.2 Review

by Rik O'Neillon 07/10/2013
Terraria is an odd one to quantify for the uninitiated. You can easily fall into the trap of describing the art style first which is unashamedly retro and harks back to 8-bit platformers like Treasure Island Dizzy and Castelvania. But the gameplay is so far removed from these formative puzzle platformers it’s probably best to […]

Looking Back At The Saint’s Row Series

by James Buckinghamon 31/07/2013
I’ve always been a massive fan of open-world (aka “sandbox) games, mainly because of the freedom they provide to do what you like, be it partake in missions, or attempt ridiculous bike jumps and side quests. The first title I remember playing in this manner was Grand Theft Auto III, followed by such titles as […]

GTA V And Open World Games; Is Bigger Always Better?

by Matt_Walklateon 11/11/2012
With the recent release schedule for Rockstar’s upcoming GTA V have come a flood of new details; most notably, that GTA V is big. Really big. So big, in fact, that according to Rockstar it is “bigger than San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto IV, and Red Dead Redemption, combined”. The game is touted to include military bases, […]