Hello, captain obvious.Decent RPGs existed long before computers came in every house
False. Role-playing system just helps the game master (or computer) to formalize mechanics to describe a CHARACTER by numerical values and provide CONFLICT RESOLUTIONS, i.e. you say that you can persuade this person to do your bidding and we, therefore, need a mechanics to find it out. Therefore, role-playing system is a service tool just helping to resolve ROLE-PLAYING situations but doesn't define RPG. Like the gear box in the car helps us to increase or decrease speed of the car smoothly but the gear box by itself is not a car.their main requirement is developer's ability to make balanced and interesting role-playing system
Oh, really? I've never played a game where your character could become a different character in the process of the game. You pick one or a group in the beginning and they are all the same till the end.Computer RPG is NOT game where you play like someone fixed.
Bullshit. RPG is a ROLE-PLAYING game. What part of ROLE-PLAYING you cannot understand? In DS games you don't play any role, you just check your reflexes. Same shit all the time. This is why DS are the action games with RPG elements (customization of your doll). Protagonist in DS does NOT have a CHARACTER. In TW3 you can customize Geralt into caster, alchemist, swordsman, and anything in between, you can roleplay his involvement in the world. You just cannot change his appearance and a background.Computer RPG is a game where you can customize your character and build to your preferences. So as DS3 have much more character customization it is much more RPG then TW3.