If you already own the game I don't know why you wouldn't want to experience it for yourself. I thought that was the whole point?
Well it's just a different way to enjoy a game. As a broad, abstract idea, I think the interactivity between the site peeps and the audience would be interesting and fun.
I think I'm romanticising the idea of a whole bunch of different people playing the same save/same character/whatever and talking about that specific state or that specific build.
I dunno man, I just think it'd be a neat, novel way to play video games and interact with a community.
In my mind that's a noble pursuit in and of itself, but like I said, I'm a huge hippie when it comes to this kinda stuff.
It's all about connectedness and finding new ways to connect with each other maaaan!
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I don't get it.
Why would you want to skip the beginning of a game? Is this so you can roleplay as the person who was playing the game?
Because I don't really think of it as "skipping the beginning of the game."
It's just that I already experienced the first part of the game, in a way that I already really enjoyed, and got a lot out of. I love the idea of being able to continue the "performance" that inspired my interest in the game in the first place. I want that to be a part of my game experience. I mean, it kind of already was.
Maybe I'm also just making a pretentious statement about the rigidity with which we enjoy our video games. I don't know anymore.
Again, it's just novel and interesting, and I think that's cool!