Bioware rpg cliche chart
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Mar 22, · Now I’ll admit that Bioware games have a lot of cliche’s (mostly in their dialogue and overall story) but I just wanted to point out why trying to justify their games on one chart doesn’t work, and it’s because the games actually are different from one another and not just because one is fantasy and the other is sci-fi. Dec 27, · BioWare RPG Cliche Chart General RPG. So based on the chart, NWN is the most less cliche game? It didn’t make it one of the best Bioware games though. Dec 07, · Yeah, I agree that this chart is both over- and under-inclusive of Bioware cliches. The biggest omitted cliche — which Shamus Young pointed out in The Escapist a while back — is the eventual range of character types in your party. Bioware pretty much just reskins the same party for each new game: there’s the Honorable Warrior From A Harsh.
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level 1. desimusxvii. 98 points · 10 years ago. I just want to make it clear that this chart wasn’t meant as criticism of the writing in the games. LOL.. yeah, the word “cliche” is LOADED with positivity. level 2. arjie. 34 points · 10 years ago · edited 10 years ago. Seriously. Dec 27, · BioWare RPG Cliche Chart General RPG. So based on the chart, NWN is the most less cliche game? It didn’t make it one of the best Bioware games though. Jul 01, · I whipped up a fun little chart on the weekend after hours of playing Dragon Age with tropes/cliches used in Bioware’s narrative structure and Bioware writer Patrick Weekes seems to have taken it very seriously despite the fact that I mentioned it was all supposed to be tongue-in-cheek and not as any kind of criticism towards their games (which I very much enjoy). It’s all very amusing.
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