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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1093d ago | opinion piece

What's Your Ideal RPG Setting?

1UP - I have a strange fascination with the idea of being lost. When I go to a new city, I tend to do very little planning beforehand, instead relying on my wits and impeccable knowledge of the constellations. That being said, I often find myself miles away from where I should be, and yet, completely content. There's no better feeling than taking a series of arbitrary turns and somehow stumbling upon an amazing site that you had no idea even existed. It's the closest I can get to pure exploration without burning my social security card and pulling an Into the Wild. (Culture)

NastyLeftHook0  +   1094d ago
1980's sci fi.
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CLOUD1983  +   1093d ago
For me any Fantasy > sci-fi as long we talk for JRPGs my favorite genre, I could never play a game that some1 from my party use modern guns it's something that drive me away instantly.

What a game setting must have to make me fall in love with it is first of all to look & be vast & endless, to be full with huge towns of all kinds & castles, fortress & towers left & right to have a deep & complex backstory & to be packed with ppl that each one have it's own shady agenda, I'm talking for political cospiracies & drama in case no1 get it yet I'm talking for something like Suikoden II <3 ;)

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