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  • noun Plural form of WRPG.


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  • For those other times (like WRPGs, where you generally define the character to a greater degree), first person often works better.

    Is The First-Person The Most-Person?

  • Meanwhile, WRPGs tend to be more open, with the player being put in a world and weaving their own story inside it.

    Is The First-Person The Most-Person?

  • I would argue that JRPGs and WRPGs have a small but significant difference which may relate to their perspective choices.

    Is The First-Person The Most-Person?

  • My first time as a GM was during one of Casus Belli's WRPGs.

    a list

  • He makes a lot of good, valid points about why he dislikes the genre, the major one being the player's lack of involvement in the story, and I found it interesting because this is precisely the reason I love these games and why I so dislike WRPGs.

    29th May '08

  • Both systems have way too much of a focus on Western developers and genres (sports, shooters and WRPGs) that I personally can't stand.

    Yes Wii Can

  • WRPGs tend to be more free and have an open-world. in their focus is the indiviudal player.


  • Mostly they're not as free as WRPGs, but the stories are far more advanced and just have more "soul".


  • WRPGs truly do give you that exploration experience that could be different with every replay.

    Anime Nano!

  • I have more experience in JRPGs (ERPGs), because I like most of them better, and up to almost 10 years ago they were really the dominating RPG, but I must say there is a fair share of fantastic WRPGs out there.

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