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October 9th, 2012, 15:58
Originally Posted by ChienAboyeur View Post
If stories were essential to RPG, RPG could not happen without stories, which they do.

Role playing requires situations to exist. You wont find any RPG without situations to sit the roleplaying act on. But RPGs without stories, a lot of them. Training role playing, health care role playing games all come with no story to them, only situations…

The way a game is played does not make what the game is.

Games can be played for their graphics. And what?
I'm sorry you lost me. I cant make sense of what you saying. What do graphics have to do with story? What do training games have to do with rpg's also? Are you implying there rpg's and not sim games and education tools?

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