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Building a better RPG: Part I

Gamers don't want story. It's the mantra we've (gamers) gotten used to hearing recently. But the lovely LeighAlexander is inclined to think all this anti-story backlash is rooted in the total absence of realistic, believable player characters and companions in RPGs. True, gamers play for the action, for the events -- but if that were all they wanted, then gamers would just play an action game. The fact is, story becomes nothing but an inconvenience when its characters are meaningless to gamers-and perhaps we as gamers hate it all the more for the disappointment.

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Diselage3500d ago

It's weird she looks cute in that profile picture but she actually has a point;)

Yes i'm kidding, cute girls make points it's just not very often.

Realness3499d ago

Just play The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and copy it.