Need a game where you can adventure around.

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#1 justaprogamer27
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I need an open world adventure/game where you can collect loot, level up your character, get tons of different items in your inventory, and buy stuff from shops. If anyone has ever seen the anime Sword Art Online, kind of like that. This is one of the only reasons i made this account, since i just now joined. please answer me. and no, i don't want to get dark souls. thanks.

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#2 GMAK2442
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Skyrim

Oblivion

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#3 Thee_Gamemaster
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There is a long list of games that have this. ACO, HZD, Fallout Series, Elder Scrolls Series. You need to be more specific. I am currently hooked on HZD and getting back into Fallout 4.

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#5 kasperXgod
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Good

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#6 justaprogamer27
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@thee_gamemaster: ok thx bro. one question, does elder scrolls run in a storyline, because i've never played it. i love fallout 4, i'm buying it soon. but in elder scrolls, i know it says the elder scrolls 5 skyrim. is this the fifth game and do i need to play the other ones first

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#7  Edited By RSM-HQ
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@justaprogamer27:

do i need to play the other ones first

Not really, I started with TESIII: Morrowind and never played the first two.

Older fans will appreciate the lore and some side quests and nods in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but most of its content isn't a continuation. Different threat, subject, and theme.

Same with TES:IV Oblivion.

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#8 Squid2038
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I would say GTA but it's not really adventure, it's just speeding around getting distracted, lost, and sometimes killed.

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#9 Thee_Gamemaster
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@justaprogamer27 Skyrim has a story but its easy to get lost in the game since there is so much to see and do. And you don't need to worry about the storyline each Elder Scrolls game is different. Skyrim was my first Elder Scrolls game and I loved it. Its a very, very, very long game. I plan on putting that game in my channel as well once I start making some more HZD and Fallout 4 videos. But if you want an excellent exploration, action, adventure, RPG type game, Skyrim is perfect. I didn't finish the story until maybe lvl 76 lol.

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#10 Brexit
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@justaprogamer27:

Wadjet Eye Games create games in the same 320 x 200 VGA resolution style as Sierra On-Line in the early-to-mid 90's.

AGD Interactive did remakes of King's Quest I, II and III as well as Quest for Glory II, and Infamous Adventures did remakes of Space Quest II and King's Quest III. All of them are done in the 320 x 200 VGA style of early-to-mid 90's Sierra, as well.

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#11  Edited By RSM-HQ
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@justaprogamer27: May, or may not be what you're looking for. But recommend doing a little research on Monster Hunter. To be exact MH: World; likely has more "loot" than any of the games mentioned in the thread. And while it's not, and I repeat not open world the level design is excellent and has a lot going on in each area.

You'd also be surprised what kind of weapons and clothing your hunter can put together in the town and all the merchants that want upgrades for later items.

It's also a great game to play with a group of friends or solo.

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#12 Melclava
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Check out the Bevontule demo on kickstarter. Plenty of exploring and quests. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/850696222/bevontule-altar-of-roots

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#13 TheWatKing
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As others have mentioned the Elder Scrolls series is really good for this. If you also like games which have a good story the I would recommend the Witcher series, the third one is the best but the first two are still fun. Also check out the Dragon Age and Mass Effect series. They are more linear but still have a lot of exploration and side quests to play.

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#14  Edited By Black_Knight_00
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Throw a tennis ball in a game store, you're bound to hit 56 games like that.

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#15  Edited By scottnewton
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@thewatking: I thought Witcher (especially 3) would be mentioned much more. The reason I think it's great for 'adventuring around' is that the world feels so much more alive and connected than in a lot of other games I've played, like Skyrim. The natural environments are so dynamic, the people and the conversations feel deep and robust - not stilted like Skyrim. The lore is presented elegantly but you can feel the weight behind it. And playing as an established character with existing relationships made it all much more real. Definitely recommend it.

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#16 Hyperanium
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I would recommend the Torchlight series, although I would recommend you get Torchlight II for your first taste of the series.

It's an ARPG full of quests, bosses, monsters, loot and filthy riches. You'll definitely get a good kick from this if you enjoy Diablo-like games, and especially if you use the multiplayer system to play with your friends on Torchlight II.

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#17  Edited By Jackamomo
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Diablo 3?

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#18 Valgaav_219
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- Horizon Zero Dawn

- The Witcher 3

- Dragon Age: Inquisition

- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

- Monster Hunter: World

- Assassin's Creed: Origins

- Skyrim

The top 2 are the best of that list imo

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#19 Tfl4me
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If you literally just want to walk around try Firewatch, it's gorgeous. But for a proper adventure I don't think you can beat the witcher series

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#20 rogmiick25
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Borderlands, Dead Island, and Dying Light. Assassins creed 2 on, Far Cry series. Fallout and Elder Scrolls have already been mentioned.

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#21  Edited By Biszcuit
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Zelda Breath of the Wild

Final Fantasy XV

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#22 TheWatKing
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@scottnewton: Yer I can agree with that. There are small pockets of civilisation in the game that are safe and you can get quests/gear from but the rest of the map is just one huge adventure. Currently playing through (for the second time) on Death March and loving every moment, especially Gwent haha. I've read through a number of the books that the game is based on so that makes the lore behind it even better as you become attached to characters through both.

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#23 Hinata2
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Though its not really what most people calls as adventuring but

Try "Return of Warrior" you can just go and explore around the world, no promises on what can happened to your char though

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#24  Edited By blamix
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HZD

Witcher 3

AC Origins

Zelda BOTW

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#25 SophieGM
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For a PC game, Guild Wars 2 is pretty cool. Awesome vistas and landscapes that can change according to world bosses.

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#26  Edited By Starshine_M2A2
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You could always wait for Sea of Thieves on March 20.

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#27 BabyPulpFiction
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Witcher 3

Fallout 4

Far Cry 4, Far Cry 5 (coming out soon, open world tho no swords i imagine guns n sh*t)

Zelda if u have a switch

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#28  Edited By TiggyTog
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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, TES V: Skyrim, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Divine Divinity, FallOut: New Vegas, Mount & Blade: Warband sorta-kinda fits.

The Deus Ex series is pseudo open-world, meaning it's very non-linear but there are restrictions to certain areas, but it's definitely more open-world then not.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Far Cry 3, 4, and 5.

Dead Island, Dead Island: Riptide, & Dying Light.

If you really wanna stretch "open-world", you could go Dark Souls series.

Saints Row IV.

Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell.

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#29  Edited By BounceHouse420
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Morrowind is an excellent game for this. :)

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#30 deactivated-5d72e1ebbb851
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The Borderlands games are good for this if you like first-person shooters (the Pre-Sequel is kinda meh though). Horizon Zero Dawn is great too. I've only messed around a little with Witcher 3 and Final Fantasy XV but I'm sure they're good picks.