ERP does not belong in WoW, and I?m all for this. And the statement ?impossible to have someone watching all the time? is absolutely false. Now it?s up to the real roleplayers to get in there and bring quality RP back to Goldshire.
Grand message here for MMORPG developers. Also, one should never be surprised when roleplaying happens in a roleplaying game, no matter the age or medium. Imagination is the key, and everyone has one and can make use of it to some degree. All that's needed is an opportunity. Bravo to you, Matt...
I know Col. Antal in another manner outside of the great games he has his hands in - at the other website I work with, Armchair General (www.armchairgeneral.com).
I've not yet had the honor of meeting him in person, but I have read a...
Very good article Leigh. However, I think the AOL Neverwinter Nights rivaled and even surpassed FFRP in many respects. In any case, these experiences did do their part to help introduce a new genre of roleplayers to the world of RP, and in that there is no fault.
I tried out Peggle after hearing the PC Gamer team rave about it during a podcast. After maybe five minutes, I wanted to shoot myself. After shooting the PC Gamer crew for going gaga over such a horrendous piece of crap. Stay away from Peggle.
Indeed, a very good issue. Just missing one thing: an article written by me. :P If I lived near friends, I'd certainly have some classic RP going, by way of D&D, Twilight 2000, Star Frontiers, or something!