Just added this article: Text Adventures Require More Thinking to the TextRPG.com Blog about the way one should play a Text Adventure like ROK II.
I loved the article JB. It is so true. In most Role-playing Game's all the work is done for you. No imagination necessary to "See" the world. It's the same comparison as between reading a novel and watching the movie version of the novel. The novel requires you to visualize what you are reading about unlike the movie. I almost always enjoy the book over the movie *smile*
ROK2 definitely requires attention to be paid to the smallest detail. That amount of detail isn't present in a non text based Role-playing Game.