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February 27th, 2012, 19:54
Many RPG developers would credit them as one of the sources of modern RPG storytelling.
In the 80's I read dozens of Fighting Fantasy, Lone Wolfe, and Chose your own Adventure interactive novels and each choice I made resulted in a different outcome. So, regrettably, no. No. Modern RPG storytelling goes like this:

If want to hit the orc in the face turn to page 42 and watch the cut scene.
If you want to bribe the the orc turn to page 42 and watch the cut scene.
If you want to seduce the orc, buy a cottage in the country, settle down and raise 2.5 children turn to page 42 and watch the cut scene.
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