Along with redefining how we approach the open world, these 15 games provided brand new experiences unlike anything else out there.
The latest updates also deprecate support for 32-bit systems.
Contemporary games could do with some of these mechanics being brought back.
The virtual reality version of the open world title might be headed to PSVR.
Many stories prefer to keep their conclusions open but some have more or less ended forever.
Discovery, combat, adventure - these titles best encapsulate the open world genre.
You never saw them coming but these endings made the experience all the better,
Take a look at 15 developers who had it especially rough, whether before or after launch.
These games don't know when to stop.
Even more technical marvels.
These games went through hell and back to reach the finish line. It was (mostly) worth it.
The digital download size is 29 GB and too big for the console and even with the physical version of the game, a 14 GB download will be required.
New features, DLC and other functions also coming to the Switch version.
Rockstar's classic detective adventure is coming to current gen platforms and VR.
Apparently heading to Switch and PlayStation VR.
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