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Computer Roleplaying Vs. Console Roleplaying
Console Roleplaying or Computer Roleplayinguuu
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post Oct 20 2007, 08:56 PM
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Console RPs are more linear and usually have one ending.

Computer RPs are open-ended and usually have more side quests.


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post Oct 20 2007, 09:53 PM
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I voted "I don't care" because I love console games like Final Fantasy and Oblivion, but I've also spent way too much time playing Final Fantasy Online and World of Warcraft. Which I prefer most is a toss up. If I absolutely had to make a choice it would be platform games because I can play those from the comfort of my recliner. In a perfect world I'd have my Alienware gaming laptop and would be playing the PC games from the recliner too, so it would be a tie again. wink.gif


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asunder
post Oct 21 2007, 05:48 AM
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Don't make me decide between console games like final fantasy 4 & 6 and pc games like fallout. Both sides have good offerings to the rpg world.


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