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March 9th, 2008, 21:36
That's pretty funny as exploration is my second favorite element, at least when playing in the first or third person perspective. I love finding secret nooks and crannies most especially when the developer puts something cool tucked waaay off the beaten path. One of my fondest was finding a super cool sword in the game King's Field II where I was in a coastal region poking around and noticed something , only just visible really just a glint, while peering over the side of a cliff. I took a chance and somehow managed to get all the way down to the shore, barely surviving multiple falls, to find an awesome ship wreck with some great gear… Good Times.

Now put that same scenario into a top down isometric perspective and it's just "meh" to me.

If you're not living on the edge, you take up too much room.
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