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Submitted by xtremexx 995d ago | opinion piece

Formulas in Games and Why We Need to Broaden Our Scope

GameStatics - "I discussed already in my replay value article how and why gaming has a tendency to stick to old formulas. I even discussed formula in my Flash game article. But I’ve never thought to define what a formula really is, and why, perhaps, it’s worth looking into exactly what we consider formula and broadening the scope of critiques for ‘safe’ design choice." (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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