Title. When you play a jRPG, how much are you willing to suspend your disbelief, and what are the determining factors for that? I'm talking about things in the story that you'd either say "Wow, cool!" (and happily overlook any realism issues) vs. "Wait...this doesn't really make sense." Here's a quick example. Let's say you're playing a game and the premise rests on a foreign race that came from another planet, but somehow...all of their scenes with dialogue where they interact with each other or with the player characters, clearly implies that they speak the same language...which, if they came from another planet, wouldn't make sense. Would you just overlook this because videogames, or would this bother you? TLDR: What determines how much you're willing to suspend your disbelief for a storyline in a jRPG?