role-playing game

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role-playing game

n.
1. A game in which players assume the roles of characters and act out fantastical adventures, the outcomes of which are partially determined by chance, as by the roll of dice.
2. A video or computer game similar to this, in which a player controls the actions of a single character while undertaking a quest in or otherwise exploring an elaborate virtual world.

role-playing game

n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a game in which players assume the roles of fantasy characters
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Moreover, the company has also signed the ace cricketer Yuvraj Singh as the brand ambassador who has certainly enabled the brand to fortify its position in the world of fantasy games.
It is the second consecutive year that staff at the fantasy games firm have received the PS5m boost, after it doubled profits in 2018.
Our flagship product, MyFantasyLeague.com, is one of the most feature-rich fantasy games available with dozens of reports, over one hundred scoring options, interactive chat rooms and message boards, live scoring updates and extensive appearance flexibility.
And play yourselves instead of assuming other people's identities in your fantasy games. It's safer.
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For many, the golden age of the Japanese RPG was the 16-bit era when Super Nintendo classics, such as Chrono Trigger and the earlier Final Fantasy games, ruled the roost.
PC, PS4 FOR many, the golden age of the Japanese RPG was the 16-bit era when Super Nintendo classics, such as Chrono Trigger and the earlier Final Fantasy games, ruled the roost.
Gary Pretlow predicted Cuomo will endorse the bill as many young New York voters play the fantasy games that would generate tax revenues.
The first title in the series, the eponymous Final Fantasy, premiered in Japan in 1987, and Final Fantasy games have been released almost every single year since.
Fantasy games are considered to be illegal in Arizona, Iowa, Louisiana and Washington, as well, but not because of specific bans.
"We've always --had a lot of fantasy content, but no fantasy games. It's a big hole for us," Fichtenbaum noted.