character progression

character progression

[′kar·ik·tər prə‚gresh·ən]
(ecology)
The geographic gradation of expression of specific characters over the range of distribution of a race or species.
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These daily rewards are imperative to the in-game character progression, to boost power rating and surpass other players.
Players can choose from an array of land and air vehicles and master their own hero's journey, with customizable character progression across heroes, villains, troopers and starfighters.
Viewers also witness moments of each of the turtle's character progression arc, this is refreshing as we see their motivations, intentions and conclusions.
Presumed deleted or wiped from existence, players were worried that up to hundreds of hours were lost in character progression.
Sure the graphics were slicker and the concept was the same, but the gameplay was dramatically improved and character progression was introduced.
Even the slim character progression options do little to increase your chances.
As expected with this series, there's little time for extended dialogue scenes and character progression is eschewed in favour of eccentric chase scenes and comical set-pieces, but sometimes that's a good thing.
The game will feature single player and multiplayer modes which will work under a unified character progression system.
The former is very much about discovering not only the physical game map, but also how Bloodborne's various systems--battles and character progression, for instance--come together to impact the overall flow of the experience.
Superficially it's state of the art - a near full-fat facsimile of the console hit that crams combat, character progression, moral consequence and cutscenes into the palm of your hand.
It takes elements of third-person shooters, mixes in a little squad-based tactics, adds a dash of RPG character progression and wraps them up in a turn-based strategy game.