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  1. luj1

    Decline Second-tier gameplay features in neo-RPGs

    Let me start by what I consider primary features in a story-driven RPG, things which could always use more work, developing or deepening the plot core system design writing standard (such as editing passes etc.) improving core gameplay quest design adding more of everything (like Fallout 2...

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