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March 2nd, 2013, 09:29
But in past 20 years, no one has ever been able to define the essence of what makes a CRPG because it is different for every person.
That is a strange way to put it. Sticking to the facts, over the past 20 years, many people have shown their willingness to apply the RPG label to games that were not RPGs.

From that moment on, as people pushed in games that were not RPGs and used them as references for making up for a so called RPG standard, more non RPG were pushed in.

I had a blast the other day thinking that among people complaining about being sold horse meat instead of beef meat, they were so called RPG players.

And I know some people who also go postal when told of illegals even though they are so called RPG players. As told to them, the issue is easily solved. They are no illegal. All it takes is that illegals consider themselves legal, and here, you are. Same stuff as RPGs.
But, surprisingly, for this kind of things, they reject their own procedure.

Go figure.
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