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February 13th, 2007, 16:10
Well yes, considering that we cannot role-play another 'actual' person in real life (unless we have schizophrenia tendencies or similar) then indeed in that concept, all role playing is fantasy….couldn't be anything else could it!……it would therefore be hard to disprove that Loki, although hack-and-slash at the visual front end….and because it only has to contain just one of the traditional rpg elements……then the developer is entitled to label it as an rpg from his 'own' concept…..knowing full well that the rpg tag will somehow boost the portrayal of the game into the greater gaming spotlight.

There are oozles of non-rpg games that have hi-jacked the true meaning of the word…of course all quality rpg'ers know this.
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