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Top 10 SMALL OPEN WORLD Games [PART 2]
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Top 10 SMALL OPEN WORLD Games [PART 2]

In open world gaming, bigger does not always mean better. Here are some great open worlds that aren't quite massive.

    0:00 Intro

    0:37 Prey

    2:04 Sleeping Dogs

3:33 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

    4:45 The Witness

5:55 Assassin's Creed: Syndicate

    7:07 Risen

    8:43 Gravity Rush

    9:45 Infamous 2

10:50 The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

    11:48 Marvel's Spider-man

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Gravity Rush is such a gem. On the Vita, it was an amazing surprise to discover how (comparably) large this victorian -esque world was ... then it unlocked the functional train to a new district.

Author — dragonhold4
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Although it lacks a lot of open-world elements, I think Disco Elysium deserves some credit here too. It is amazing how much life and character they cramped into such a small map!

Author — vishwa singh
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I absolutely think we’re reaching a point of diminishing returns when it comes to map size. In fact, I think it’s starting to actively hurt the experience. Open worlds that are pretty but largely empty can’t hold a candle to maps that are 10x smaller but 10x more detailed. Fields, trees, bushes, lakes etc all get boring after a while, but on smaller maps that are detailed, there’s always something new to find.

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Sleeping Dogs was one of my favourite games. Finishing it left a little void in my heart (one that ended up getting filled by the Yakuza series). I booted it up again at the start of the year and it honestly still holds up. It truly is a gem of the game.

Author — Marcus R.
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I literally started Prey last night. Very detailed, dense, and actually engaging; with lots of clues emerging as to the story in an organic way, and reactive environments.

Author — Robert O.
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Appreciate this list, just don’t have the time to invest in the large open world games anymore but still love the heart of the experience.

Author — Brick
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