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October 10th, 2012, 12:10
Originally Posted by Thrasher View Post
Many of the best things in life are not new ideas. This idea that innovation is required for a good game is pure bullshit. I'll say it again, something classic done very well is 10x better than something new done poorly. I hope Obsidian can make the quality grade this time.
I agree and that why many mainstream reviews started bothering me, because they were taking off points for "not being innovative" or having "archaic gameplay." If it worked before, why not now? Unless it was because of technical limitations, of course.

But I'd like to see a fantasy setting where actual stories happen one day. Not the epic quest or heroic stuff. Some classic adventure games had some interesting stuff (The Longest Journey, Tex Murphy with the Noir/sci-fi angle).

Well, I guess RGPs are too combat-focused to do really interesting things.
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