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Class-based equipment

Other (objects, etc.) concept

All or certain (specialist) items, tools and such can't be used at all unless the character is of certain class.

136
games
29
platforms

Alternate name: Class restricted equipment

The first video game about Class-based equipment was released on April 20, 1990.

Nintendo, Sega and Beamdog has published most of these games

Becomes obvious when, for example, a mage can't use a mace even though they are quite trivial to use in a basic manner even without any training.

Also for some more open systems where classes place restrictions on what skills they can learn.

Parent groups

Class-based, Artificial limitations

Platforms

Windows 38
Linux 19
Mac OS Classic 7
Saturn 6
Nintendo DS 6
PS 5
PS3 5
Mac OS X 5
GBA 5
PS Vita 4
MS-DOS 3
Game Gear 3
3DS 3
SNES 3
NES 3
PSP 3
iOS 2
PS2 2
PS4 2
GameCube 2
Mega Drive 2
Wii 1
N64 1
X360 1
Amiga AGA 1
Mega-CD 1
Flash 1
BeOS 1
Xbox 1

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