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    Gigantic maps can be nothing if it doesn't have much to do. For example Just Cause 2, a gigantic map with so many different regions and areas. But there wasn't enough to do there. Hopefully GTA V will not have that problem.

    About the three protagonist thing, I think three different campaign could be better. This thing is complex but unique. Waiting to see how it comes out as.

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    Exactly. It's how much life the world has that makes open worlds fun. Batman: AC had a relatively small world compared to these giants, but it had something everywhere and was tons of fun.

    But Rockstar is the king of open worlds, I'm sure they will get GTA5 right even with such a massive world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Exactly. It's how much life the world has that makes open worlds fun. Batman: AC had a relatively small world compared to these giants, but it had something everywhere and was tons of fun.

    But Rockstar is the king of open worlds, I'm sure they will get GTA5 right even with such a massive world.
    And Arkham City has way too many things to do and losing the attraction to me. Asylum was much better though.

    And yeah, Rockstar is the king of Open World titles. Expecting to see tons of stuffs.

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