Discussion in 'Other Games' started by JEB08, May 22, 2020.
they should add dirt collection
Skyblock is nice if you wants to be a millionare at least one time of your life
This is the real SkyBlock i grow up on
Its fine as long as you don't go on the forums
Skyblock is just grinding in order to grind more
I mean really, isn't that every games core if you think about it?
let me think
Undertale, for example
even some RPGs, like the Pokemon games don't require grinding at all
What? Pokemon literally does require grinding, unless you plan on abusing major exploits to complete the game. You have to level your Pokemon, and how you do that is grinding, whether you're beating up trainers or just wild Pokemon it's still grinding. Also, undertale you sort of have a point, however it depends on which path you take. Genocide does actually require a lot of grinding of enemies. Anyway, I didn't really mean every game, just most.
Do trainers count as grinding? If you only do the 100% necessary ones, you will probably be a bit underlevelled, but it's still possible. Pokemon games are one of the easiest RPGs I have seen.
Well, whatever. There are still many games that don't require or even have grinding (Mario games, Uncharted games, basically all big puzzle games...)
not at all, you can certainly choose to grind in many games, but those that default to grinding as their core gameplay aren't very good in that case. progressing through a game, whether it be via levels a story or whatever, usually doesn't fall under grinding as it's not repetitive tedious or without seeming to have an end. I'm not big in to mmorpgs, so the only game I've *EVER* played seriously that would even have grinding as part of its main campaign is wynncraft.
games, at a core level, have nothing inherently to do with grinding nor do many resort to having it. they're supposed to be fun and interactive form of play, while grinding by definition is to be repetitive
Nah, it’s really not
Games like Portal, Night in the Woods, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Stanley Parable, even some RPGs like Pokemon and Ni No Kuni don’t require grinding at all. Grinding is really limited to progression focused games like MMOs