Peter at El33tonline writes: "CS Lewis once said that the best stories are those in which incredible things happen to ordinary people. This is true of my favourite fantasy stories from authors like J.R.R. Tolkien and Guy Gavriel Kay. It is imagining what it would be like to take part in living the life of one of these characters in a faerie story that draws me to role-playing games, but they usually disappoint in this regard. Firstly, youre always a chosen one, somehow set apart, and secondly the world never quite feels real and it sometimes feels that the gameplay amounts to tinkering with numbers to maximise damage-per-second (ahem, Diablo). Dragons Dogma doesnt quite resolve all of my RPG misgivings but it certainly goes a long way to putting the role-play back in the game for me."
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