I saw a very interesting Challenge As I was browsing through my WordPress feed. Megan (A Geeky Gal) created this 30 days video game challenge where you answer a gaming related question every day! Feel free to join if you want to!
So the question for today will be: What open-world game gave you that “woah” feeling?
I really like playing open-world video games. Especially when the graphics are just phenomenal! Even if it is an racing, mmorpg, rpg or shooter game. I enjoy most of them! So what games really stood out for me?
I would go for Need for Speed Underground 2 back in the days when I played one of my first open-world games. This game was one of my all time favorite games. This game stood out with amazing graphics for that time. I loved racing games and I was very good at it. I think I have over 1500 hours in Need for Speed Underground 2, and I would still enjoy it if I could play it again.
The Witcher 3 is an open-world masterpiece. There is so much to see, so much to discover and the graphics are just amazing! I don’t know how many times I found myself just walking around the world enjoying the scenery. Or how I could just stare over the water for 5 minutes which had a calming effect to me!
Assassin’s Creed Origins is one of my favorite open-world games nowadays. I love the Egyptian setting and beautiful landscapes. And not even talking about the graphics it almost looks better than real life. And it has the same story as The Witcher 3, I caught myself enjoying the beauty of this game with my mouth wide open many times!
Of course there are so many other great open-world games but I think this is my top 3! I just believe that every game has an unique setting to it and if the graphics are good as well, it is just impossible to not have that ”woah” feeling!
Thanks for reading the answer of this 30 days Video Game Challenge. Be sure to check A Geeky Gal as well! See you back at question 17 tomorrow!
What open-world game gave you that “woah” feeling? Let me know in the comments below!
Hope you have a wonderful day,