Help me settle a debate

#51slyman19Posted 7/24/2014 1:31:04 PM
scoobydoobydont posted...
pnut3844 posted...
Uh yea, boarderlands is very much a rpg. Fps rpg


It's no more an RPG than Bioshock or Diablo or Zelda.


Diablo is an RPG.
#52scoobydoobydontPosted 7/24/2014 1:45:27 PM
slyman19 posted...
scoobydoobydont posted...
pnut3844 posted...
Uh yea, boarderlands is very much a rpg. Fps rpg


It's no more an RPG than Bioshock or Diablo or Zelda.


Diablo is an RPG.


First puppet, now this... I'm not even going to. Nope. *walks away*

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#53SupaflyGibsonPosted 7/24/2014 1:48:31 PM
pnut3844 posted...
slyman19 posted...
MP does count as replay value.


How would you consider that replay value? You can't finish MP and then replay it. Therefore by definition it can't be applied to MP. You simply continue to play, never replay. It's endless, therefore cant be replayed.


I think you're arguing semantics at this point. Would you say a multiplayer only game like titanfall has no replayability whatsoever? That makes no sense. Replayability should give you an idea of how long you can enjoy the game for. But by your definition, single player only games like elder scrolls will always have more replayability than a more multiplayer focused game like Halo, although the replayability should be very similar. I absolutely think mp should be included in replayability, unless there is creation of another term that takes it into account.
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