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nulloperation wrote

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managing to explain the story with no words

This should be standard across all genres.

It can be interesting when cut-scenes are somewhat interactive but I'm definitely not against using words in games. Contemporaries like Earthbound or Zelda: A Link to the Past have dialogue but it works well.

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ziq wrote

I fully agree. I hate being forced to read/watch cutscenes in a game. Same goes for clunky mechanics that take you out of the game. I play games because I want to zone out. That's why my fave games are fully immersive experiences where the game becomes an extension of my brain: tetris effect, rez, (2d) sonic, street fighter, ikaruga, blazing lazers, tobu tobu girl.

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