• December 12, 2016

Top 10 Video Game Series That Should Go Open World

Top 10 Video Game Series That Should Go Open World
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It’s time to check out the games we wish would ditch the linear paths and restrictive hub worlds and just let us play in a big, open ended sandbox! These titles are already classics in their own right, but we feel like an big, non-linear open world playing area would suit them nicely! Welcome to http//Watchmojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Video Game Series That Should Go Open World.

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00:38 #10: Deus Ex (Jenson Era)
01:32 #9: Mega Man Legends
02:17 #8: Kingdom Hearts
02:54 #7: Sly Cooper
03:38 #6: Sonic
04:25 #5: Spyro the Dragon (classic)
05:14 #4: Uncharted
06:08 #3, #2 & #1:????

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11 thoughts on “Top 10 Video Game Series That Should Go Open World

  1. lol this list sounded more like the desperate rantings of fanboys than
    actual good ideas for games: “I want huge open world with everything the
    game in question was providing before, if not more” when you know the game
    would have to sacrifice production on something else to give it to
    you…and you’d complain on what was removed
    you don’t staple on open world to a game, like some weird 3rd arm graft,
    you base the game on open world then build around it

  2. Many would rightly say no as nearly all the open world games out today,
    especially the ones by Ubisoft, are barren deserts full of little to no

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