Rpg Game Design

We are going to take a look at how the game world is going to be structured, how the player is going to operate, what kind of enemies we are going to have, a deeper look into the skill tree and much more. I plan this article to be lengthy because i would like. Sentinels of the starry skies. Character creation is a bit rarer in the jrpg sphere, but dragon quest ix bucked the norm of the series and allowed a customisable protagonist. And yet, the same errors crop up in system after system. These mechanical defects are clearly bad for games, but we see them over and over again. If you’ve ever seen an “optional” ability that wasn’t really optional, then you’ve seen the ability tax. Rpg maker is yet another game design software suitable for people who have limited coding experience.

Sentinels of the starry skies. Character creation is a bit rarer in the jrpg sphere, but dragon quest ix bucked the norm of the series and allowed a customisable protagonist. And yet, the same errors crop up in system after system. These mechanical defects are clearly bad for games, but we see them over and over again. If you’ve ever seen an “optional” ability that wasn’t really optional, then you’ve seen the ability tax. Rpg maker is yet another game design software suitable for people who have limited coding experience. Like construct 3 and gamemaker studio 2, this tool allows you to design the game you want without writing a single line of code. Unity is built from the ground up as a general purpose game engine, and ships with only very basic assets, most of which are geared towards 3d games. This means everything you'd expect from something like rpg maker or godot is something you'll need to implement yourself from c# code. The rpg design zine, compiled by nathan d.

I plan this article to be lengthy because i would like. Sentinels of the starry skies. Character creation is a bit rarer in the jrpg sphere, but dragon quest ix bucked the norm of the series and allowed a customisable protagonist. And yet, the same errors crop up in system after system. These mechanical defects are clearly bad for games, but we see them over and over again. If you’ve ever seen an “optional” ability that wasn’t really optional, then you’ve seen the ability tax. Rpg maker is yet another game design software suitable for people who have limited coding experience. Like construct 3 and gamemaker studio 2, this tool allows you to design the game you want without writing a single line of code. Unity is built from the ground up as a general purpose game engine, and ships with only very basic assets, most of which are geared towards 3d games.

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RPG Class Systems are NOT Outdated | Game Design Talk



This video covers an article on RPG game design that piqued my interest. It discusses character classes, and why I believe that they are in fact, not outdated!

The article went on to mention that the number one most outdated RPG mechanic in video games was character classes and goes on to list Skyrim as an example,

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What Makes a Good RPG Town



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Towns are so common in RPGs that it can be easy to overlook what a good RPG town is actually doing to a game's design. Let's dissect what makes for a great RPG town, mechanically and in storytelling, and check out how we can create a town that's functional and memorable.

Featuring:
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Chrono Cross
Dragon Quest XI
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Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers
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How To Make RPG Combat More Interesting



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RPGs are a classic genre - so much so that they've been around since before the dawn of videogames. However, despite their years of evolution and tradition, RPGs have a problem - namely, that no-one can ever finish the damn things, why?

The Architect thinks it's got something to do with how they handle combat - something that's core to the RPG identity, yet is also one of their weakest elements. How can this be? What can be done about it? Watch the video and find out, dummy.

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You Saw:

Final Fantasy 15 - 2016

Fallout: New Vegas - 2010

Pokemon Fire Red - 2014

Chrono Trigger - 1995

Dragon Quest 11 - 2017

Darkest Dungeon - 2016

Final Fantasy 7 - 1997

Xcom: Chimera Squad - 2020

Dark Souls - 2012

Wandersong - 2018

Wizardry 1 - 1981

For The King - 2017

Skyrim - 2011

Final Fantasy 6 - 1994

Divinity Original Sin 2 - 2017

Monster Hunter World - 2018

Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door - 2004

Star Renegades - 2020

Borderlands 3 - 2019

Disgaea 4 complete - 2019

Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga and Bowser's Minions - 2017

YIIK: The Postmodern RPG - 2019

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition - 2020

Indivisible - 2019

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds - 2013

The Outer Worlds- 2019

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light - 1990

Fire Emblem: 2 Houses and Golden Deer - 2019

Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword - 2003

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance - 2005

Pokemon Ultra Moon- 2017

Pokemon Platinum- 2008

Path of Exile- 2013

Knights of the old Republic 2 - 2004

The Hex - 2018

Mass Effect 2 - 2012

Fallout 3- 2008

Persona 5 - 2017

Final Fantasy 7 Remake - 2020

Saints Row 4 - 2013

Barlkley's Shut up and Jam: Gaiden - 2008

Shadowrun: Dragonfall - 2014

South Park: The Stick of Truth - 2014

Nier Automata - 2017

Disco Elysum - 2020

West of Loathing - 2017

Dragon Quest 1 - 1986

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - 2015

Fire Emblem Fates - 2015

TerraNil - 2020

7 Things You Should Know When Making Your Own TTRPG



So you've played all the roleplaying systems out there, or just think you have a great idea for a TTRPG, and now want to start putting it all together. This video will give you an indication of how to get started on that journey and what to avoid and or look to do to make sure they can succeed!

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RPG game design tips from Darkest Dungeon creator, Tyler Sigman



I asked the creator of Darkest Dungeon (RPG with 1 million copies sold), Tyler Sigman, for some tips on creating a great RPG. Some good thoughts leading up to the RPG course I'm creating with Ben Tristem and the gamedev.tv team (Kickstarter link: kck.st/2f8n6VK).

Making Better RPG Classes - What Makes a Class Classic - Extra Credits



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Nothing is more iconic to fantasy roleplaying games than class systems. The warrior, the mage, the rogue. These archetypes make up a lot of what people envision when thinking about games like Dungeons and Dragons. So how can you make your own classes, regardless of what genre you're designing for?

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The Alternatives to Character Classes in RPGs



This video goes over 3 alternatives to character classes in video games that designers should take a look at!

We take a look at Kingdoms of Amalur, Dark Messiah of Might and Magic, and The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim and how they give traditional character classes a run for their money.

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What Makes a Good Level Up System



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There might be nothing more iconic to video games than the phrase 'Level Up'. But for something so broadly used, level up systems are a weird construct. Designing a good one is the difference between a rewarding loop of character improvement and a grind, but it's more complicated than you think. Let's talk about progression, motivation, and what goes into making a level up system worth playing.

We talk in-depth about:
Final Fantasy IX
Final Fantasy XV
Lost Odyssey (go find this, do it now)
Spider-Man
God of War
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Devil May Cry

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The Birth of the Japanese RPG | Design Icons



There's only one genre that we divide down strict geographical lines: the RPG. But western RPGs and Japanese RPGs have way more in common than you might first realise.

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Sources

[1] Dungeons & Dragons Single Volume Edition | D&D Rulebook
img.4plebs.org/boards/tg/image/1398/03/1398034466298.pdf

[2] Interview with the creators of dnd (PLATO) | RPG Fanatic
web.archive.org/web/20131027034539/ rpgfanatic.net/advanced_game_wiki_database.html?p=news&nrid=5049&game=dnd

[3] The Crowther and Woods Colossal Cave Adventure game | Rick Adams
rickadams.org/adventure/a_history.html

[4] Going Rogue with Glenn Wichman | The Spelunky Showlike
thespelunkyshowlike.libsyn.com/24-going-rogue-with-glenn-wichman

[5] Comment on Sir-tech Canada Releases Wizardry 8 | Slashdot
games.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=23752&cid=2567054

[6] How the Ultima Trilogy Took a Genre from Tabletop to Hi-Tech | USgamer
usgamer.net/articles/how-the-ultima-trilogy-took-a-genre-from-tabletop-to-hi-tech

[7] Interview with Michael Cranford, creator of Bard's Tale | Lemon 64
lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=40586&sid=7e84ac3f2d7b35003f342a6ccaee8c14

[8] Retrospective Interview: Jon Van Caneghem on Might and Magic | RPG Codex
rpgcodex.net/content.php?id=8379

[9] Retro Gamer 34 | Archived at Mod DB
moddb.com/games/dungeon-master/images/issue-34-of-retro-gamer-14

[10] Arena - Behind the Scenes | Elder Scrolls
web.archive.org/web/20071211032310/ elderscrolls.com/tenth_anniv/tenth_anniv-arena.htm

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Find out more

CRPG Addict | Blogspot
crpgaddict.blogspot.com/p/index-of-games-played-by-year.html

In The Time Of PLATO | Illinois Alumni
uiaa.org/2010/09/10/in-the-time-of-plato/

The Apple II Abroad / Clones | Apple II History
apple2history.org/history/ah12/

Translation of a Japanese interview with Robert Woodhead | RPG Codex
rpgcodex.net/forums/threads/translation-of-a-japanese-interview-with-robert-woodhead.109768/

How Wizardry Cast Story Aside in Favor of Casting Spells | USgamer
usgamer.net/articles/history-of-rpgs-how-wizardry-cast-story-aside-in-favor-of-casting-spells

The forgotten origins of JRPGs on the PC | PC Gamer
pcgamer.com/the-forgotten-origins-of-jrpgs-on-the-pc/

1982-1987 - The Birth of Japanese RPGs, re-told in 15 Games | Gamasutra
gamasutra.com/blogs/FelipePepe/20161010/282896/19821987__The_Birth_of_Japanese_RPGs_retold_in_15_Games.php

Enix Origins: The Story Behind Dragon Quest | Medium
medium.com/@thomas25well/the-story-behind-dragon-quest-c914a7bd3d74

25 Years Of Dragon Quest: An Interview With Yuji Horii | Gamasutra
gamasutra.com/view/feature/134758/25_years_of_dragon_quest_an_.php

Dragon Quest - 30th Anniversary NHK Special | Shmuplations on YouTube
youtube.com/watch?v=w0rRgdQ1kK0&feature=youtu.be

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2 Years of Game Development - Chef RPG



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My full gamedev journey over the past 2 years.

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Ropecon 2013: D. Vincent Baker: How to design a roleplaying game that doesn't suck



Event: Ropecon 2013
Place: Dipoli auditorium, city of Espoo, Finland
Date: July 27, 2013
Title: How to design a roleplaying game that doesn't suck
Speaker: D. Vincent Baker
Links:

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lumpley.com/

Description:

Join RPG designer and theorist D. Vincent Baker for a crash course in tabletop RPG design. RPG design demands insight, practice, discipline, and high critical standards. Guaranteed to push conventional wisdom down and take its lunch money.

This presentation was recorded at Ropecon 2013. Ropecon is the largest non-commercial roleplaying convention in Europe. The convention was held for the 20th time during summer 2013 in the Dipoli conference center in Espoo, Finland. Ropecon gathers over 3.500 participants annually for one weekend to play roleplaying, collectible card, miniature, board, and live action role-playing games, to listen to presentations, and to participate in workshops.

Why More RPGs Should Use This PROGRESSION System



When you have mechanics that are built on common sense, it becomes much easier to immerse yourself in a game.

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Lessons for Narrative Design from Modern Tabletop RPGs



In this 2019 GDC session, Thorny Games' Kathryn Hymes explains what narrative designers across all mediums can learn from niche and indie tabletop RPGs.

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Making an Open World RPG was a HUGE MISTAKE! (Dream Game Devlog)



Let's discuss why creating my "Dream Game" was a large error and why I am continuing the development all the way to the end!

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Pokémon meets Zelda Breathe of the Wild in this entirely new adventure being developed.
Catch monsters, level up from battling, collect rare resources, and explore vastly different landscapes in this open-world monster catcher experience!

Monster Tribe's Cool Features:
- Turn-Based Team Combat
- Dungeon Crawler Elements
- Collectible Monsters
- Open-World Exploration
- 2 Player VS Mode
- Leveling Up, Morphing, and Modifying Creatures

In Monster Tribe Devlog 14 we talk about the ups and downs of creating an open world RPG monster catcher(a big project). Should you make your dream game? Maybe think twice, but understand why you are making it. Is it because you truly love making the project or is it a get rich quick scheme? Only you can decide what is best for you, but getting external opinions might help guide you in the right direction. Good luck to all my fellow indie developers, let's make some awesome games throughout this lifetime!

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Basic Principles of Game Design



How do you make good games? Huge question, but let's try to break it down!

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Roll for Game Design: Making Your Own TTRPG



Designing and testing TTRPG systems.

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The Four Fundamental Quests



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Adventurer! Adventurer! My farm is under attack by level 2 spiders who don't seem to know how quests work! Watch this video and explain to six of them that there are really only four kinds of quests and they might leave us alone!

That Architect bloke was around here a while ago but he told me I wasn't real and to shut up he was recording some footage, I don't know about you but he doesn't seem very helpful.

Reward: Knowledge?

[ACCEPT] [REJECT]

Oh just as a headsup, as much as I talk GW2 up in this video, that doesn't mean I endorse Arenanet's recent firing policies but it's not really relevant so I'll avoid creating a flamewar by discussing it further.

You Saw:
Final Fantasy 14: 2010
Nier Automata: 2017
Guild Wars 2: 2012
Minecraft: 2009
Runescape: 2001
Divinity Original Sin 2: 2017
World of Warcraft: 2004
Endless Space 2: 2017
Super Mario 3D world: 2013
Super Mario Galaxy 2: 2010
Yoku's Island Express: 2018

Interesting Links:

Cool D&D stories without having to go to 4chan!: reddit.com/r/DnDGreentext/

A slightly psycholocially out of date book about the 7 different stories and what they mean, still pretty interesting though: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seven_Basic_Plots

An article about some stuff WOW has done wrong in its quests with insight from pre-overwatch Jeff!: gamasutra.com/view/news/113897/GDC_Learning_From_World_of_Warcrafts_Quest_Design_Mistakes.php

How I Designed the Perfect Open World for my Dream RPG Game - Monster Tribe Devlog



Here's the thought process that went into creating the perfect open world for my dream RPG Game "Monster Tribe"!

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Pokémon meets Zelda Breathe of the Wild in this entirely new adventure being developed.
Catch monsters, level up from battling, collect rare resources, and explore vastly different landscapes in this open-world monster catcher experience!

Monster Tribe's Cool Features:
- Turn-Based Team Combat
- Dungeon Crawler Elements
- Collectible Monsters
- Open-World Exploration
- 2 Player VS Mode
- Leveling Up, Morphing, and Modifying Creatures

In Monster Tribe Devlog 20 we discuss what makes the perfect open world for an indie RPG and how we can start to figure out how we want to make our game enticing to players. In my experience developing an open world rpg has come with as many negatives as it does positives so make sure you are understanding WHY you are creating an open world game in the first place and try to figure out what really makes this feature an incredible gameplay overhaul over being a band-aid to a crumbling idea of random design ideas.

Monster Tribe has come a long way since we started almost 2 years ago, so thank you all for your continued support, allowing me to develop my child-hood dream game as a full-time game developer/pixel artist.

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How Do You Design a Cast of Enemies



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You could have the ultimate combat system for your game, but what good is it if you've got no one to fight? Constructing a cast of enemies is a tough task. Even great games like Breath of the Wild and Paper Mario: The Origami King haven't nailed it perfectly. You need to carefully balance visual and mechanical design to keep things interesting, and games like Pikmin and the Dragon Quest series have each figured out a way to do that well. Let's talk about how to design a cast of enemies, some problems to avoid, and some opportunities to add flair to make your fights worth fighting.

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