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gibberingtroper
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07:53:11 AM Jan 3rd 2013
"Are you sure you want to quit?" is not a guilt feature. Its a user feature. Its always there to make sure the user doesn't quit the program prematurely. If there were a second box that said "Are you really sure you want to quit? I baked cookies." then you would be getting into guilt based gaming.
24.9.125.5
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11:47:35 PM May 27th 2010
This article needs a picture, and I know just the one: in Dragon Quest (Warrior) I, there's a locked storeroom in the castle with several treasure chests and a guard that says something like "A true hero wouldn't steal." It'd take me a rather long time for me to get it, though; if somebody happens to have a save file handy at around that time, then it'd be just grand to take a screenshot of talking to that guard and add it to the page.
Terrane
06:08:57 PM Aug 1st 2011
I added the image you're talking about. I got it from the Super Famicom remake.
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