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[Gaming] Role Playing Games?

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Reply #2 on: Mon Dec 19, 2016 - 01:45:11

Have you actually checked out the one we have here? Probably pretty boring by your standards but it can be a rather fun time killer depending on your point of view, would be a lot more fun if there were more participating but just saying, gives ya a good feel on how the "credits" system works here too... its tied in with the shop module too... I would be happy to give you admin access to the settings too, we definitely need to configure some tougher monsters, the ones out of the box get too easy as you progress up the ladder, and there is a bigger set of graphics to use as the monster's icon too

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Reply #1 on: Sat Nov 05, 2016 - 13:22:31
So, I 'm curious, How many of you gamers out there prefer PRG's (role playing games) over racers, shooters, strategies or other types of games?  I myself, like RPG's, IF, the gameplay is up to par.  If the games is boring from the start I have a very hard time getting into it.  Don't get me wrong I'll play it for awhile and if it doesn't start to get good I'll stop playing period.  On the other hand, if the game starts out with an interesting story then I usually end up playing the crap out of it until I beat the game or just get stuck. 

A couple of my favorites from over the years are the Final Fantasy series, Chrono Cross and Chrono Trigger,  Ultima Underworld, Secret of Mana, Baldur's Gate, Champions of Norath, Fall Out, Diablo, and Skyrim, just to name a few.

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