top 10 Games That MESSED Up Trying To Be OPEN WORLD

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom

Ni No Kuni 2: The Revenant Kingdom tells a sweeping magical story where a humble king, Ivan.

Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village is an interesting entry in the long-running and venerable survival horror franchise.

No More Heroes 1 And 3

When you think of No More Heroes, the first descriptor that comes to mind is probably not "open-world," and that's appropriate.


Cloudpunk is an open world game that has slipped off a lot of people's radar, and that's a shame.

Dragon Age: Inquisition

Before BioWare tried to make a galactic open-world game with Mass Effect Andromeda, they already had a well-designed open-world game with Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Days Gone

In Days Gone, you take control of Deacon St. John, an army veteran who is trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world riddled with zombies called "Freakers".

Rider's Republic

The tried and true Ubisoft open world format is one that a lot of people are tired of nowadays. 

Batman: Arkham City

After Batman: Arkham Asylum put developer Rocksteady on the map, he completely outdone himself with Batman: Arkham City.

Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon set out with previous innovative racing games like Burnout Paradise (which is also here) to create a concise racing game in an open world that's a lot of fun to explore.

No Man's Sky

Now thinking about it, Sea of Thieves (another game on this list) and No Man's Sky may actually have a lot in common.

Death Stranding

Of all the open world games out there, Death Stranding, created by the iconic Hideo Kojima, is likely the most polarizing.