No.@ChienAboyeur;, you misunderstand.
Who cares. Apart from the school to agree to disagree.I don't claim you're actually factually wrong in saying BG is turn based,
BG is turn based and therefore calls as such.
These remarks show how totalitarianism is present among american system proponents: people should wait their consent, their assessment to name a turn based product turn based.
People might find it right, they might find it wrong. It does not matter.
Already answered. It is common among socalled RPGers to reduce anything turn based to UgoIgo only.What I am claiming is that you aren't using the terms in the way that they are commonly perceived.
It is part of their scheme. The turn based category is large, they do not acknowledge anything as turn based other UgoIgo. It is a trick.
It is nothing new. Human beings are a large category. Proponents of the american chose to acknowledge only some as human beings.
It is uncommon amongst people who are interested in gameplay as it does not allow to understand, analyse or whatever anything gameplay related.
And indeed, gamers are a rare find amongst socalled RPGers, or a product like TW3 would not have been a massive hit.
doesn't make your already hard to interpret posts any easier to understand for people who aren't regulars on this forum. Perhaps you should focus less on being right and more on being understood, especially since you actually have really interesting insights to share once in a while when you aren't sprouting hyperbole about institutionalized double standards and superior people.
Once again, there is nothing to interpret, no interesting insights.
BG is turn based and therefore elegible to be named turn based is not an interesting insight. It is a triviality.
It is a triviality that people who knows the game do not need to read to make.
Selling the idea that players somehow need to read that BG is turn based to be aware of it... It is no longer 1776.
Players are aware of it, they prefer to dismiss it. Their choice.
- Mar 29, 2011