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    Have you ever played Uncharted ?

    As you know the new uncharted has just released and I was reading about this masterpiece but there are some difficalities.
    Here the address of the review http://www.gamespot.com/reviews/unch.../1900-6416423/

    Right exactly in eighth paragraph there sentence that doesn't make any sense to me which is "Uncharted 4 embraces a more open approach with much of its level design"
    I don't know why but I have difficulty with all of its words even though I looked them up in dictionary. Especially wit the word approach. Dose it mean here getting close?
    Please would you explain it to me?

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    Re: Have you ever played Uncharted ?

    An approach can mean a way of of doing things. In this case, the way the designers designed some levels was by featuring sandboxes.

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