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New Vegas ad takes a jab at jRPGs

Ausir August 3, 2010 User blog:Ausir

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New Vegas Japan

Here's a new Japanese ad of Fallout: New Vegas that makes fun of Japanese RPG cliches. It shows people holding the following signs:

  • "While the player is still weak, the enemies are weak, too. That's too convenient!"
  • "For things to progress according to some scenario is the same as life according to the rules."
  • "What's the point of playing again if there's no change to the story."
  • "Since when did games become something that you watch?"
  • "I think it would be nice if the main character had a mission aside from just wiping out evil."
  • "Grinding levels is time spent losing motivation."
  • "Games these days are doing little more than try to chase realistic graphics."
  • "The stage is set. The only thing left is freedom!"
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