Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. Assassin's Creed. Assassin's Creed II. Red Faction: Armageddon. Red Faction: Guerrilla. Fallout: New Vegas. Since some games were much better than others, we've decided to rank the best Xbox Open world games of all time. What makes this Complete Edition so great is the downloadable content included. The story will intertwine between the three games, linking up each storyline in ways never seen before in a GTA title.
Now these two episodes are DLC so it will take less time to complete the game. Having all three in this complete package makes for a great deal, and some of the best open world fun you can find. Expand your horizons with these ever-expanding open world games.
I guarantee that you'll love getting lost in them. Feel free to add any others you feel should be on this list in the comments section below! Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.
Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. I'm actually really surprised that Mafia II isn't on this list. It's a beautifully done recreation of NYC in the s and 50s. The missions are fun, but it's also a blast to just drive around in a '57 Chevy or their version of it listening to old rock and roll tunes.
Sure, the game is packed with anachronisms, but they all serve to really bring you into the feel and vibe of the game. Top that off with great voice acting and animation, and you've got one excellent game that has a lot of replay value.
Oblivion was x better than Skyrim. Everyone just jumped on the Bandwagon when Skyrim came out, because Berhesda wasn't all that popular until Fall Out 3. So Bethesda made the gameplay in Skyrim WAYY too much like Fall Out, and less like a better version of Oblivion- the way Oblivion was a a better version of Morrowind which I'm sure many mainstream game players that jumped on the Skyrim bandwagon probably never even heard of, let alone played.
Also, I would say Fable, but there's kinda a designated route in Fable, it's not as much of an "open world" granted all 3 are great. If it wasn't such a fun game, I woulda put the controller down out of frustration and never finished them.
For the older open worlds, I would also opt for FC3. As an article once wrote, the world feels alive and unpredictable. Well, unpredictable as far as a game could make it. The rest, including Skyrim, tends to be more structured. You can tell you're in a game, so to speak. I agree Far Cry 3 was the best I've played. I like Far Cry 4, esp the little gyro copter but all the near out of body dream stuff was a little much for my liking..
Far Cry 3 is by far the best open world game I've ever played. In my opinion, Far Cry 4 was okay. The story seemed to be lacking in certain areas. It never did grab my attention the way FC3 did, but it's definitely a matter of personal opinion. I know a plethora of people who prefer FC4 over FC3. However, both games within the FC series are still my favorite open world games of all time. I think you forgot gta 5, just cause 2,watchdogs and sleeping dogs and I don't like gta 4.
I think that Farcry was a good open world game. Actually the game does not need the open world, is a linear game anyway, kind of Allan Wake. Then you add in crappy mechanics, terrible voice acting, and the fact that if you even half way know how to play video games, it was beatable in 4 hours… Fuck that game… Sold that shit the very next day and got my games back.
Never trusting Fable titles again. No you have Side Quests. You dolt. I think l a noire is a wanna be mafia 2 and i hope the designer of la noire looses his job because i wasted 60 bucks ahhhhhhhh jk.
Oblivion was WAY better, and so was Morrowind! Skyrim was too overhyped and a little boring. Noire, and all the games on this list are better. Kason I agree. Oblivion was a great delivery. If they remake Morrowind with more voices and better graphics, kinda like Halo CE Anniversary, I know Skyrim would be unspoken of for a long time.
I own both games and The Godfather 2 was horrible. PS2 graphics, shitty gameplay, not much of a storyline, just overall crap. Hi, Neat post. IE nonetheless is the market leader and a big section of people will leave out your excellent writing due to this problem. IE is most certainly not the market leader. The Wild West story places you in the shoes of John Marston, a former outlaw who is hellbent on finding his old cronies after a run-in with the FBI.
The open-world gameplay from the Grand Theft Auto developer thrives on the rich story and a cast of memorable characters while offering a melange of remarkable activities built on the best western cliches around.
Read our full Batman: Arkham City review. From harrowing car chases with Franklin to rampaging massacres as Trevor, the game provides numerous set-piece moments for its three playable characters to go along with its crass humor and massive open world. Its multiplayer mode Grand Theft Auto Online has also shown a surprising amount of resilience, still absurdly popular more than five years after its initial release.
Read our full Grand Theft Auto V review. From its riveting opening sequence to its epic conclusion, this masterpiece hits all the right notes and introduces characters that personify Call of Duty. The genre-defining action-RPG revels in killing you — over, and over, and over again — until you learn from your mistakes.
Afterward, it kills you again for good measure. Fallout 3 could have been a disaster. War never changes, and thankfully, neither does Fallout 3. With the addition of four-player online co-op, its multiplayer suite is nearly unmatched in terms of overall quality, from its revolutionary ranked versus social multiplayer system to its armor customization choices.
Moreover, the game still looks gorgeous in p and features the introduction of Forge mode, which allows the player to customize the multiplayer maps to create unique game types.
Blowing up aliens and other players is still rarely as fun. Setting your squad members up for a perfectly executed attack is extremely rewarding, but there are few things more heartbreaking than having to watch your soldiers permanently fall — especially if you named them after friends and family.
The fun in Dishonored largely comes from player experimentation, with a variety of special ability combinations and creative non-lethal solutions.
Read our full Dishonored review. Protagonist Niko Bellic is a complex character, haunted by the memories he made in Eastern Europe while simultaneously trying to begin a new life in the United States.