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Submitted by WelshPixie 714d ago | opinion piece

A call to return to player-driven games

MWEBGamezone writer WelshPixie talks about the freedom of players being taken away; how games are putting restrictions on how you play them - they're becoming less about YOU want to do, and more about what the developers want you to see and how they want you to play. (Bethesda Game Studios, BioWare, Culture, Dev, Industry, Larian Studios, PC)

HanCilliers  +   714d ago
I agree, current titles lack depth of choice, unlike for example, Oblivion. The genre needs to return to its roots, that's after all why we play RPG's

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