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June 24th, 2013, 01:05
Originally Posted by Mr Smiley View Post
Combat (in a game) is not necessarily intense, engaging or even interesting just because it's combat. I have played games with very dull combat indeed. And Tetris makes you care intensely about geometrical shapes. As I said, it's all about immersion. A good gardening simulator would make me care intensely about pest control and pruning.
So what you're saying is that bad games can be bad despite having combat. Which isn't really the point of this discussion.

Tetris isn't an RPG, so it doesn't pertain to this discussion either. I can enjoy many types of games, but games that claim to be RPGs where the combat is ripped out to be replaced by something else tend to be problematic.

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