Tag: Open World
Guide Best Open World Games on PS5
The best PS5 open world games ranked and rated
What are the best open world games on PS5? One of the most common ways a game is structured these days is with an open world setting, giving you the freedom to explore its map with no restraints. They're very popular and have been for years, the result being a tonne of large scale, free-roaming titles...
Guide Best PS4 Open World Games
The best sandbox experiences on PS4
What are the best PS4 open world games? There are a lot of good sandbox games on the PlayStation 4. The genre may not be universally praised these days, but a great open world game can really pull you into an experience like few other genres can. Typically boasting huge free-roaming environments for you to...
Guide Is The Outer Worlds Open World?
Is The Outer Worlds like Fallout?
Is The Outer Worlds an open world game? Obsidian's latest release certainly has a lot in common with existing open world titles like Fallout: New Vegas (which was also developed by Obsidian), but if you're expecting to explore a huge map with few boundaries, then you're probably going to be disappointed. Is The...
Guide The Best PS4 Open World Games
Out and about
There are a lot of good open world games on PlayStation 4. The genre may not be universally praised these days, but a great open world game can really pull you into an experience like few other genres can. Typically boasting huge sandbox environments for you to explore, open world titles roared onto the mainstream scene during the last...
Talking Point Do You Fast Travel in Open World Games?
Quick trip or epic voyage
There are those that fast travel, and those that don't. Raised voices broke out in Push Square Towers this week when Robert Ramsey revealed that he walks everywhere in Fallout 4. This led to Sammy Barker using words that can't be repeated on these hallowed pages. The result: a poll to the death to determine who the real...
Talking Point Are Bigger Open Worlds Really Better?
"Our game's open world is so groundbreakingly big that it'll take you an hour to travel from one side of it to the other." Anyone that's followed the industry closely will have heard the prior quote before, whether it's paraded positively by a public relations person during a presentation, or typed out on an official channel like the...