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But it literally is. You get to experience the game without actually playing it like they want.
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I get that point, and I'm all for it, but what happens is that you are eliminating an element of what makes a game. Tedious combat, annoying puzzles, and bullshit difficulty is part of the entire experience. Is it good? Hell no, but without combat or the level of interactivity that comes with functions similar to it, you are NOT playing a game anymore, and you are NOT getting the full experience out of it. If anything, these people are still being deprived of actually experiencing videogames as they are.
Yeah I agree, of course they will have a diminished expirience of the whole game. But I still think that it's better than not expiriencing it at all. I just don't see any reason for why combat in certain games (not all) is a must. Plenty of games that feature combat are enjoyable without it.
Another case I'd like to make is someone who has been gaming their whole life, but due to an accident or disease or whatever is unable to play at the level they used to. If someone has played all the Elder Scrolls games and have a really good connection with that universe and it's lore they probably would enjoy the game if only for the story and interacting with one of their favourite worlds.
Again, I know what you mean. I'm not saying it wont deprive certain elements of the game, but the rest of it might still be worthwhile. But it's contextual, not much reason in removing combat from a game like Street Fighter where combat is the sole purpose of the game.
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