FoggyFishburne said:I've completed TW1 once.
I've completed TW2 once.
I have this notion that you should only play an RPG once (any game will do I guess but I apply this rule only to RPGs). The simple reason being, the more times you play it, the more you reduce the story to just that, a "game". You start seeing design choices and bugs. You start getting under the immersion and into the mind of the designer. You stop appreciating the story and start seeing the faults.
Multiple playthroughs is also kinda boring since you get too see all the content you missed out on on the first playthrough. But that's the thing that made the game special to you in the first place. Your choices set you down a very specific path and the shit you got to see was "your" story. Multiple playthroughs reduces your story to nothing more than a checklist. It turns the art into a tool for you to get as much content as possible, despite if you actually agree with the choices you make after the first playthrough.
It seems like I'm the only one who actually thinks like this. Which is great. I love being special ^^
YaSoora said:TW1- Once.
Playing the same game 30 times!!!!! Don't you have any other games to play??? And FoggyFishburne has a point.
Haha, that's actually pretty awesomeGuyN said:TW1: about 12.
TW2: 6 complete, 2 in progress.
Last night, I noticed the Lobinden children singing "Raindrops on noses, and whiskers on chickens" for the first time.