Tag Archive: open world

L.A. Noire Disappoints [I’ll Be That Guy]

Over the last week, I’ve been spending a good chunk of my gaming time in 1940’s Los Angeles. It’s a beautiful place, L.A., filled with an incredible amount detail and color and the irretrievable sense that this is all one big set piece. See, my problem with L.A. Noire is that the world, with all …

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Smaller zones, please

As I play more MMOs, I feel like I’m widening my horizons and discovering more about myself as a player. One of the things that I’ve found out is that I really prefer smaller and quicker to finish zones. I like to feel like I’m moving forward with my character, not only in gear, but …

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Why Fallout 3 doesn’t do it for me:

Since Fallout 3 came out last year, people have been practically going crazy over the game.  With the continual arrival of new expansion packs to keep the game fresh there appears to be no end in sight for the behemoth adventure of the kid from Vault 101. Don’t get me wrong, this game has a …

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