So empathy in fiction is like Sharingan but for the mind?
If I have Empathy then I can perfectly copy the exact image and sequence of neurons firing up in someone’s brain and paste it in my brain or something? How would I know if my brain is compatible with the target? Also it would be kinda cool ngl.
I remember Rise of Legends, though I don’t remember when that was. Google says 2006, though. So you’re saying that the only RTS games released in 15 years that aren’t a remake/remaster are a few Command & Conquer games, Starcraft 2, Lambda Wars, and War for the Overworld if that even qualifies as an RTS…
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Maybe it’s me that I haven’t finished the first Life is Strange game, but I said this before and I’ll say it again: You don’t need magic to talk about emotions, especially empathy.
I wouldn’t count War for the Overworld as an RTS. It’s a base management game in the lineage of Dungeon Keeper (and the true DK 3 since that abysmal mobile one doesn’t count) and closer to a tower defense game than an RTS.
To be honest, I don’t like when a story that is supposed to touch some empathy themes have the main character with videogamey skills. That’s why I don’t like movies or TV shows that focus too much on these powers rather than a logical story.
But again, I haven’t played the Life is Strange games. I’m interested in playing the first one, because the first episode, although not perfect, was kinda cool.