Top 10 Game Worlds of the Generation

Top 10 Game Worlds of the Generation

Written Thursday, November 07, 2013 By Lee Bradley
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The end is nigh. As the Xbox 360 nears the end of its tenure as Microsoft’s leading console, X360A is remembering some of this generation’s highlights. So, in the run up to the launch of the Xbox One, we’ll be publishing features that celebrate the very best the current-gen console has to offer. This time, it’s game worlds.

Game worlds can be great for a number of reasons. They could be visually distinctive and characterful; populated by fascinating characters, class and races; vast and steeped in lore, or small and intricately crafted. There are no hard and fast rules as to what makes a good world, but the great ones live long in the memory, their nooks and crannies imprinted in our imaginations. Below you’ll find our picks for the very best you can explore on Xbox 360.

Tamriel - The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion & Skyrim

In terms of both depth and breadth, nothing comes close to the world of The Elder Scrolls. Across 2006’s Oblivion and 2011’s Skyrim, Bethesda crafted vast and varied landscapes encompassing snowy mountains, dank dungeons, gleaming stone cities and ramshackle rural villages, all populated with inhabitants going about their daily lives.

Perhaps most impressive, however, is the history of these places. Whether in the literature you find scattered around the world, or on the lips of its lords, paupers, knights and servants, the lore of Tamriel stretches back centuries. Combined with the expansive geography it conspires to create a sense of time and place that’s so detailed, only a very few players have uncovered all of its secrets. A staggering achievement.

GTA’s America - Los Santos & Liberty City

The cities of Liberty City and Los Santos are the most densely populated, fully-realised settings ever created. From the ambient conversations of its inhabitants, to the radio stations, the billboards, the traffic flow and the stores, Rockstar delves deeper into what defines an American city than anyone else, taking some rather broad satirical swipes at the nation in the process.

Drive from one end of Los Santos to the other and you’ll encounter wonderfully distinct socio-economic microcosms, as the beach gives way to the industrial district, ghettos, hillside mansions and eventually, the trailer parks of Blaine County. Every single one of those places has its own community, with its own fashions, vehicles, activities and media. The urban sprawl of Liberty City is no different. Nobody comes close to packing in as much detail as Rockstar.

Rapture & Columbia - BioShock & BioShock Infinite

Aside from their narrative connections, Rapture and Columbia are united by politics, both exploring what a city would look like and how it would operate if removed from the rest of the world and allowed to explore its own misguided ideals. In terms of using video games as an exploration of these ideas, both settings are remarkable. But that’s only part of the appeal.

The other part comes from just how visually distinct they are. In a generation dominated by destroyed cityscapes, urban expanses and fantasy realms, the BioShock games dared to plunge beneath the sea and soar above the clouds, creating memorable locations that are utterly unique, not just to this generation but to the history of games. Look at screenshots from any number of military shooters or zombie-infested action titles and you’d struggle to tell them apart. Nothing looks like Rapture or Columbia.

Mass Effectiverse - The Mass Effect Trilogy

Some games give you a city to explore, some add the surrounding countryside. Some games offer up a county or maybe even an island. BioWare’s Mass Effect series gives you an entire galaxy, encompassing countless systems and planets. Yet just like The Elder Scrolls, it’s not just the scope of the game that impresses, it’s the depth of it too.

Mass Effect’s galaxy is inhabited by some wonderfully defined races. There’s the hilariously monotone Elcor, the militaristic Turians, the nomadic Quarians, the powerfully biotic Asari, the upstart humans and more, all with their own cultures and values, co-existing with various degrees of tension. This is no more apparent than on the Citadel, Mass Effect’s most iconic location, which brings together many of these disparate beings in a melting pot of class, race and politics. From Earth to the furthest reaches of space, BioWare’s galaxy-building is astounding.

The Wild West - Red Dead Redemption

Far from the modern, urban environments of the Grand Theft Auto series, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption offers a vast, massively atmospheric and utterly beautiful vision of early 20th century America. And although signs of industry are creeping in, with automobiles and fledgling cities, it’s out in the wilds that the game really shines.

Thanks to the roaming wildlife, bandits, frontier dwellers and a gobsmacking weather cycle, no journey through the game’s deserts, prairies, forests and rockies is the same. You might be attacked by coyotes, stumble across a stagecoach robbery, get soaked in a downpour or just stumble across a previously undiscovered area while roaming around picking up flowers. And entering New Mexico for the first time, as José González’s Far Away gently twangs over the soundtrack? Jaw-dropping.

Arkham - Arkham Asylum and Arkham City

When Arkham Asylum released to an unsuspecting public in 2009, it was a revelation. This was a game that not only combined action and stealth mechanics in a astoundingly smooth and satisfying manner, but also reinvented a comic staple as one of this generation’s most atmospheric and opportunity-filled game environments; The Elizabeth Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane.

Expanded to include a huge chunk of Gotham in Batman: Arkham City, these spaces crawl with menace, as thugs cast shadows in side-alleys and supervillains cackle threats in the gloom. Every encounter in this world is a perfectly formed combat puzzle, with gargoyles to perch upon and environmental traps to spring. Batman knows every inch of his surroundings, and despite all his gadgets, the world is his most powerful weapon.

The USG Ishimura - Dead Space 1 & 2

Dead Space makes it onto this list almost exclusively thanks to the USG Ishimura. Tiny compared to some of the environments celebrated here, it’s so well realised it’s almost alive. Its engines scream like a legion of Necromorph victims being simultaneously devoured; its corridors resemble twisted, splintered steel ribcages; and its secrets are multiple and horrifying. Sure it owes a huge debt to H.R. Giger and Event Horizon, but in terms of immersive video game horror it’s unequaled.

Flickering lights filtered through rattling fans make monsters dance in the corner of your eyes, freakish beasts lie around every corner, and you’re not even safe toiling away at workbenches. The Ishimura is a representation of protagonist Isaac Clarke’s degrading mental health, a tortuous nightmare of ghouls both physical and psychological. It’s a masterpiece of atmospherics.

An Augmented Future - Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution offers one of the most unique and distinct game worlds we’ve ever played, across any generation. Set at a time of great tension regarding the rise of transhumanism, it’s a renaissance inspired, cyberpunk-esque, black and gold age of class-divides, uber-powerful multinational corporations and political intrigue.

From the grim and industrial Detroit on its knees, to the muddled, messy Chinese metropolis of Hengsha, through to Shanghai, Montreal, the Arctic Ocean and beyond, Deus Ex’s globe-trotting shows off some wonderful locations. Whether you’re traipsing through the streets or catching a glimpse of a breathtaking vista through a window, you feel like you’ve been transported to a different time and place in a manner that few other games can manage. It’s magnificent.

Lordran - Dark Souls

Dark Souls. There is not one inch of Lordran that hasn’t been discovered without a serious amount of skill and numerous deaths, in what has to be one of gaming’s most gruelling geography lessons. Every step forward is hard-earned.

But Dark Souls’ world isn’t really remarkable for how dangerous it is. What makes it so distinct are its secrets and lies, its shortcuts and branching paths. This is a game with a sense of wonder and discovery to go along with all that dread, its intricacies slowly unravelling themselves with every playthrough. You’ll probably never learn everything there is to know about Lordran, but even the briefest of visits will leave an indelible imprint on your mind. It’s frighteningly deep.

Albion - The Fable series

Has a more British game world ever been created than Albion? We’re not sure there has. Steeped in the same kind of history as The Hobbit, it could so easily have been a twee, chocolate box confection of fantasy and fairy tale tropes. And while it does display some of that, Albion plays with it in such a characterful way; like a kind of avuncular, rambunctious Christmas drunk.

Across its tumbledown villages, crumbling castles, haunted swamps and wild woods, Albion is a world that can only have been dreamed up by a team raised on Monty Python, Dickens and Rik Mayall, a world in which your choices have a lasting and profound effect on its inhabitants. Hell, it even managed to sustain the piss-poor Kinect gameplay of Fable: The Journey, and if there’s a stronger endorsement for a world than that, we don’t know it. Fable's Albion makes us nostalgic for a time and place that never truly existed.


User Comments

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Comment #1 by Stifler4Life
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 12:39:07 AM
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I have to say, the overworld from Kameo: Elements of Power as well as Greenvale from Deadly Premonition are easily some of my favorite worlds to come out of this generation.

The creativity and whimsy of Kameo captured me from the very beginning of the console launch and the awkwardly designed Washington town was jam-packed with so much personality and character that it needed a mention as well.

Here's hoping that this generation we'll see more of these creative landscapes and less linearity in execution.

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Comment #2 by DavidAnGhaeilge
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 01:00:06 AM
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Played in them all, made memories in each one. i hope to see them all again on the next generation of consoles.

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Comment #3 by Fozki Razormaid
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 04:36:09 AM
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Skyrim and The Capital Wasteland are my favorite game worlds

I like stillwater too and amular

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Comment #4 by Nitnoid
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 05:47:57 AM
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As #3 said, the Capital Wasteland was one of the more interesting open worlds and it wasn't even mentioned! Deus Ex was rather bland and boring in comparison. Can we get this situation remedied?

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Comment #5 by Hurricane Of 87
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 08:03:46 AM
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Paradise City - Burnout Paradise, if there's a better world for cars, I haven't seen it. Gave you a tight intricate city full of shortcuts, hidden paths and jumps AND a massive countryside for fast straights, long curves to get your drift on and vertigo inducing leaps to stunt off of. Enough variation that if you get tired of tearing down the wrong lane of I-66 you can just take the next yet-to-be-constructed slip road and power park like an absolute hero.

The online challenges were great since they acted like a guided tour of all the cool shit on offer that you might have missed.

As soon as I opened this article I hit Ctrl+F and typed "Rapture". Yep. It's here. As expected.

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Comment #6 by iBlaise
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 08:30:46 AM
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I also think Halo could've fit somewhere on this list as well. Just because it's not an RPG or sandbox game, doesn't mean it doesn't have dense lore and a world like no others, along with countless books and TV shows. Granted, we don't get to explore much of it since the series is FPS/strategy game based, but that's the point of sequels and spin-offs. Hopefully, we'll at least get a glimpse of all there is to know, and hopefully 343i can correct their old mistakes and revive the series.

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Comment #7 by the kuban elder
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 08:53:32 AM
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i lived in those worlds..great memories, Tamriel for me the best..

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Comment #8 by kaiyo penguin
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 09:35:05 AM
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before i read the article i wondered if arkham would be involved, not played them all on this list, but the ones i have played thats probably my most favourite. :)

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Comment #9 by Deviss516
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 11:08:38 AM
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Definitely the Mojave Wastes and Capital Wasteland were great wordls.

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Comment #10 by Caramel Cardinal
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 01:54:56 PM
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@6 nah halo was last gen, reach and 4 were ok but not different enough from old to beat any of them
whilst it's good to see games together like gta, elder scrolls, bioshock seems a bit cheating to me i mean columbia and rapture are completley different :D
also depressed that sera from gears isn't on there or the capital wasteland of fallout personally would have chose them over dark souls and deus ex

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Comment #11 by Neme6ben
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 01:56:24 PM
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yeah, capital wasteland should have been on that list, but still, I agree that Tamriel is at the top, and by far! Glad to see The USG Ishimura from Dead Space too, such an awesome atmosphere!

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Comment #12 by Fozki Razormaid
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 02:30:00 PM
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i would like to live in the dead or alive world
with kasumi hitomi and ayame

or the silent hill world
every day is a fight for my sanity

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Comment #13 by Akatsuki Seven
Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 06:36:47 PM
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i loved dead space, bioshock, elder scrolls, red dead and gta worlds. i am happy dark souls made the list because its a game for thge mature gaming audience. sad that Fallout worlds didnt make it becaus they had so much to offer.

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Comment #14 by Slam Shot Sam
Saturday, November 09, 2013 @ 05:00:49 AM
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Agree with all but Dead Space, nothing inspiring about them or their worlds for me. Having trouble thinking of what to replace it with even though there are probably many obvious ones.

Good list on the whole and nice suggestions #1.

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Comment #15 by Agent Mantis
Saturday, November 09, 2013 @ 07:26:28 AM
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I enjoyed the syndicate reboot's world even if it was only a short visit!

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Comment #16 by evllmatt9
Saturday, November 09, 2013 @ 05:21:03 PM
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Add me to the Fallout supporters list.

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Comment #17 by dirge
Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 05:22:29 AM
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Great list!

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Comment #18 by Jamieson8
Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 10:06:38 AM
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I've played in 8 of these worlds (Never played Dark Souls or Bioshock) and I would gladly substitute Red Dead's Wild West for Fallout's Capital Wasteland/Mojave Wasteland. Such a rich and deep world.

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Comment #19 by gazmaster1
Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 01:26:20 PM
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I was bored of Skyrim world way before finishing the game, just got samey after a while. Give me the wasteland of the fallout series any day. I'll never forget playing Fallout 3 and coming across an idyllic family unit living in perfect happiness even with all the terrible events going around them, then I discovered the basement.... unforgettable and that's just one of the many unique things to discover.

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Comment #20 by HoliestEd
Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 05:31:18 PM
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Yep Capital Wastes for me. Always preferred Fallout to Elder Scrolls but I suppose it is a matter of opinion. Some great environments.

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Comment #21 by FinalSnake Eye
Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 10:25:16 PM
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Would anyone argue the Animus from the Assassin's creed series? I know it's not necessarily a "world" in itself, but... ya I think you get the point.

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Comment #22 by Tyger7
Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 11:34:41 PM
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Alan Wake had beautiful scenery.

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Comment #23 by StAn V3
Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 12:14:01 AM
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I am glad to see Dead Space on this list... such a great game series. Too bad the third one didn't bring forth the same effect :

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Comment #24 by macd
Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 08:03:50 AM
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I liked the Capital Wasteland too, as many people have mentioned their liking of it above.

I'm not American, let alone from around there but sometimes seeing famous landmarks or buildings pop up in trashed form was actually rather eerie. I felt the "real world" feel of the game added to this.

Mass Effect is somewhat cheating, it takes place over 3 games covering a lot of the galaxy (in so much as you move around a lot, not as percentage of planets). I actually came in to check ME was on the list. I love the detailed background found in the codex and the reasonable attempts to explain how the sci-fi works. Sure, 95% of it is eezo related, but that seems fair.

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Comment #25 by TheNephilim42
Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 01:09:49 PM
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Very much with #1 on this. Greenvale was just wonderfully crafted in Deadly Premonition. Every character had a unique life, and the game worked so hard to present it as a living, breathing town. Certainly an odd game, and one with its share of issues, but one of my favourites of the generation.

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Comment #26 by B Rock3232
Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 03:05:44 PM
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Very surprised Pandora from Borderlands didn't make this list. That would be my #1 Game World from Xbox 360 without a doubt.

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Comment #27 by Fozki Razormaid
Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 06:00:36 PM
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Pandora sucked
just like bioshock deus ex and Alan wake

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Comment #28 by Birth Mark
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 @ 06:51:54 PM
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I loved the Batman game, but I did not care for getting around/movement of the world. I think Kingdoms of Amular would be a good choice.

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Comment #29 by ll Mr Bear ll
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 @ 08:04:49 PM
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The atmosphere of Deus Ex is amazing....I'm glad it made the list.

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Comment #30 by KillerBEA
Thursday, November 14, 2013 @ 07:25:45 PM
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Comment #31 by Septic
Friday, November 15, 2013 @ 05:31:36 AM
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Gears of war, dead rising where pretty bad ass.

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Comment #32 by NaughtyNinja74
Friday, November 15, 2013 @ 10:36:50 AM
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Mass Effect stands along in my book as best world. I don't think I've ever played a game that was so well thought out in the way races interacted and their back stories

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Comment #33 by Raging Bullgod
Friday, November 15, 2013 @ 06:57:43 PM
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No Dishonored. No Sleeping Dogs. Shame you relied on the big
names to fill your list and not some of the more stylistic.

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Comment #34 by Dothackbear
Saturday, November 16, 2013 @ 12:53:50 AM
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mine favorite would be hell in shadows of the damned, or silent hill or bully

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Comment #35 by RDWatson16
Saturday, November 16, 2013 @ 05:53:28 AM
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i agreed with some but also disagreed with a lot as i personally didnt like the games. was just hoping to know why dead space 3, mass effect 3 and spec ops the line didnt make it.
Mass effect 3 global war races coming together to stop a greater threat
Dead Space 3, far off planet with hidden secrets
Spec ops the line, amazing story with the a lot of it hidden through the collectibles.
But really glad Dark Souls got on it deserves praise however i myself would have went with anor londo as it is massive and filled with a ton of lore and a bunch of secrets that you are not going to find unless you are specifically looking for them and have the right item

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Comment #36 by Kroesis
Saturday, November 16, 2013 @ 08:40:42 PM
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@35 Pretty sure Mass Effect 3 was covered by the bit on the Mass Effect Trilogy in the article.

Personally I would have chosen the capital wasteland too but hard to think about what it'd replace on this list...

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Comment #37 by Rev0Knuckle
Sunday, November 17, 2013 @ 04:58:55 AM
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Agree with all tense although I may have replaced a couple of them with Far Cry 3's Rook Islands and Dishonoured's Dunwall....oh and Borderlands' Pandora. There's just too many.

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Comment #38 by calex deus
Sunday, November 17, 2013 @ 06:03:15 PM
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Clearly Lee Bradley has never played the fallout games or else they would have featured in this article :D

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Comment #39 by I Gil Galad I
Sunday, November 17, 2013 @ 11:26:57 PM
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I would have liked to see the Hitman worlds get a mention, so detailed and just beautiful.
But there are a lot of good entries here.

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Comment #40 by ginge88isfun
Monday, November 18, 2013 @ 12:37:11 PM
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I agree with this list, but the fact that the Mojave Desert and The Capital Wastelands from both Fallout games didn't make the list takes away its perfection.

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Comment #42 by Hagane
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 @ 01:34:19 PM
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Decent list, but I agree that the Capital and Mojave Wastelands deserve a spot on the list. Sera (Gears of War) and Gransys (Dragon's Dogma) could also be mentioned.

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Comment #43 by TheeFinalFlash
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 @ 05:44:57 PM
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Gransys deserves an honourable mention :P

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Comment #44 by THC BLUNTED
Thursday, November 21, 2013 @ 11:34:37 AM
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I loved the town of Flotsam in the Witcher 2, that was a very interesting place with wonderful visuals! I also really liked the Russian wastelands and tunnels in the Metro series. It isnt a open world game but being in those wastelands really makes you feel like you are there.

And of course The Wastelands in Fallout 3 should of made the list, has to be my all time favorite!

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Comment #45 by Supertoaster15
Saturday, November 23, 2013 @ 01:53:20 PM
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Man this is a tough one, I wish I could give them all my vote.

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Comment #47 by TheGreatKoala
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 @ 10:02:38 AM
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Has anyone criticised number 5's post yet? If not, why not?

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Comment #48 by deluxnugs
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 @ 07:39:18 PM
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To ommit the Russian Metro from here is almost criminal. And to think you would put Columbia in the same catagory as Rapture is ridiculous. Columbia was a mediocre, at best.

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Comment #50 by dgroberts27
Saturday, November 30, 2013 @ 05:03:00 AM
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Love this list. My personal favorites are the Mass Effect universe, Columbia, and Arkham Asylum.

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Comment #51 by German Agent
Saturday, November 30, 2013 @ 07:01:58 PM
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I just wish that I can live in some these worlds.

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Comment #52 by DivineE
Saturday, November 30, 2013 @ 07:48:35 PM
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Shame Pandora from the Borderlands series didn't make it to the list. One of the best game series out their in my opinion :)

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Comment #54 by banej
Saturday, December 07, 2013 @ 09:25:41 AM
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How about Fallout 3 with its post apocalyptic Washington D.C. with some good landmarks like the ruined White House or the Galaxy News Station.

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Comment #56 by God18707
Monday, December 09, 2013 @ 01:18:59 PM
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what about just cause 2. that world was beautiful and big

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Comment #57 by PsychoticMunkey
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 @ 06:20:26 PM
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All great maps, but I still would have liked to see Just Cause 2 and Dead Island 1 & 2

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Comment #58 by LSTrindade
Thursday, December 12, 2013 @ 11:28:34 AM
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Where's Wasteland from Fallout 3?

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Comment #60 by FaSCoRP
Friday, December 20, 2013 @ 05:03:33 PM
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Dunwall should be here, Pandora too

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Comment #61 by Coruba
Sunday, December 29, 2013 @ 04:07:41 PM
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I loved the Mass Effect, Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Borderlands, and Halo (though I enjoy the books more than the games these days) worlds and I was glad to see Kameo get a mention, 2 others that grabbed me this Gen were the Zeno Clash games (very trippy experience)and Castlevania Lords Of Shadow due to it's expansive environments and old world mythology mixed with vampire themes.

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Comment #62 by BlO0DJUNKi3
Sunday, December 29, 2013 @ 09:43:48 PM
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The wastelands of Fallout 3 and NV should really be here. Albion should definitely be gone as should Ishimura. There never really felt like a good reason to explore them. Great game worlds, yes, but not top 10 of the generation. I'd put Pandora and the wastelands well over both of those.

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