I actually disagree. I think it adds a lot to the game. There are so many things which could’ve been easier and faster, just like they do in Ass Creed (actually just read an article on that, will add it below), and I rly appreciate them not having done that. This might be a weird thing to say, lol, but I’m gonna be 40 in 3 months, and I rly feel like this is a game for 40-60-year-olds, a game that takes its time to do anything, and I love it for that, although I hate having to spend that much time sitting still for a stupid tier-3 rabbit to show up (and being able to check their level) though they’re always popping up when I’m galloping through.
(i never go on kotaku [i check gamespot gaming news every day, though i doubt that’s any better, lol], but this came up while googling whether RDR2 actually was indeed completely open world after I already said I think so to Rhyagelle; even when I’m pretty sure i know something, i always end up fact-checking it anyways, lol)