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#91

Posted 26 July 2013 - 08:16 PM

Metal gear solid and splinter cell
Grand theft auto and the last of us


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#92

Posted 26 July 2013 - 08:18 PM

QUOTE (Zancudo @ Friday, Jul 26 2013, 12:34)
QUOTE (LazyboyEight @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 21:27)
QUOTE (Killerdude8 @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 21:14)
QUOTE (LazyboyEight @ Friday, Jul 19 2013, 14:46)
Midnight Club: Los Angeles and Grand Theft Auto IV. We've never had an open world sandbox centred on street racing before. There was the Westside Rollerz story arc in Saints Row 1, but nothing big.

NFS Underground 2, NFS Most Wanted.

Both are Open World street racing games, Definately reccommend either.

No, that's not what I was on about. MCLA itself is an open world street racing game.

I'm on about combining it with GTA. An open world sandbox game with a detailed city, on-foot controls, interiors, weapons and everything else, but with a focus on the street racing world. That's never been done before.

It already happened, many times. Remember San Andreas? Apart from free roaming, you could also customize your car and race in many events. GTA V will make it even bigger.

Because the vehicle sounds, handling and customisation were so so deep in San Andreas, right? Not only that but the races were so easy they weren't even fun.

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#93

Posted 26 July 2013 - 09:36 PM

QUOTE (Vextroid @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 12:56)
Pokemon + Any MMORPG ever.

good idea!

no seriously.
I played pokemon when I was younger and I always wondered why Nintendo didn't try to make a full 3D pokemon RPG for the Wii.

they had the opportunity with the N64 too.
pokemon Stadium was sort of a glimpse of what that could be.

there's no reason they couldn't make an actual pokemon RPG in full 3D, 3rd-person action.
but they just keep focusing on the little top-down, isometric, handheld pokemon games. I don't get it. they really need to branch out.




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