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    Also RPG's have enjoyed something of a resurgence of late in the market place. Neverwinter.. Morrowind, a couple of years ago you wouldn't have expected so many RPG's to make it to number one in such a short space of time.
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    Jeepers, I sure am upset.

    no...i'm wrong! text based rpgs are the hardest games to make and they require LOTS AND LOTS OF GOD DAMN THOUGHT

    look what you made me do
    a misqueto just landed on my screen and i squished it with my thumb. now it's smeared all over my delicate screen

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    >no...i'm wrong! text based rpgs are the hardest games to make and they require LOTS AND LOTS OF GOD DAMN THOUGHT<

    Shut up, a text bassed RPG is one of the hardest text based games to program.

    Graphical RPG's are one of the hardest Graphical games to program.
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    lol
    checkers in ascii is harder than an rpg
    actually, come to think of it, pong is
    everyone likes RPGs because it's all they can make
    people who make good games like a fps or rts are not here rotting their brains. they're out there makin money while we sit in here making text rpgs and feeling proud of ourselves

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    Yes, I will be your friend. Let us indulge in cookies, milk, and a rousing game of Scrabble!
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    Yes, indeed. I will also bring Kool-Aid and a dictionary, so disputes will not arise when a questionable word is brought into play.

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    Smashing, that would be the bee's knees! I look forward to your arrival, my friend.
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    OK, I will arrive at half past noon. Please try to ensure that the cookies are not stale, as stale cookies fall apart more easily when dipped in milk. I'm glad we stopped fighting.

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