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Submitted by Xorglord 433d ago | opinion piece

Top 5 Silent Protagonists That Should Speak Up

Reuben from OmniGamer takes a look at 5 silent protagonists whose games or game series would be improved if they managed to find their voice.

"A very common character archetype is the silent protagonist. These strong, thoughtful types are seen in many games. There are multiple reasons developers can choose to make their characters silent, from trying to put the player in their shoes, to simply being a design choice. However, not all silent protagonists should remain wordless. Sometimes their silence is a poor choice. These Top 5 Silent Protagonists would suit their games much better if they were finally able to find their voice." (Culture, Industry, Nintendo)

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