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February 5th, 2013, 11:50
Originally Posted by JDR13 View Post
Are they supposed to aim for less sales?

I don't think the decision to go completely open-world is really about sales though. If open-world guaranteed more sales then more publishers would have jumped on that bandwagon a long time ago. As it stands now, there aren't many studios making true open-world games.

Besides, the first two games weren't exactly what I would call linear to begin with. TW2 was quite open, just not very large and separated into chapters.
I love how you pick choice parts of my comments to respond to and ignore the rest.

I will just say I would prefer the style and game mechanics as it was in TW2. The great lesson in life though is we never get what we want. Despite everything I said I know for a fact I will still play just to finish Geralt's story.

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