Changing a games antagonist.

Dedede

King Dedede
Pronouns
He/Him
The title speaks for itself. How would a game change if a different character became the antagonist. I do have to point out that this isn't meant to be better, but is simply a fun thought experiment.
 

Barry Burton

Former Backup Man Of S.T.A.R.S. Alpha Team
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He/him
So, you're supposed to swap a game's antagonist with another game's antagonist or do you just swap the game's antagonist with a different character from the same game, regardless of that character being a hero, supporting character or another antagonist?
 

Dedede

King Dedede
Pronouns
He/Him
So, you're supposed to swap a game's antagonist with another game's antagonist or do you just swap the game's antagonist with a different character from the same game, regardless of that character being a hero, supporting character or another antagonist?
both is ok.
 

Mcmadness

The idiot who puts things in the wrong board.
Depends on the context of the game. Thats all I can say really.
 

Pellucid Pastel Prison

Mushroom Kingdom's most purposeless partition
Wiki Patroller
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she/her
MarioWiki
Bazooka Mario
Yeah, some games are meant to have rotating casts. If a villain has such a strong presence in the franchise like Bowser, then I don't think we should change it, but games like Legend of Zelda see a lot of different villains even if Ganon is like the *main* one.
 
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