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Submitted by GamingNexus 1251d ago | opinion piece

Love: The Missing Ingredient in Modern Game Design

From the article: "Back in 2010, during my review of Transformers: War for Cybertron, I mentioned a specific moment in the game that really set the tone for the entire experience; this one situation made one of my oldest and dearest childhood dreams come true. One section of the game had me jumping into an abyss as Starscream, in desperation during a firefight with those pesky Autobots. Rather than plummeting to my death, without hesitation I transformed into a jet, seconds before certain death and flew to safety.
" (Industry, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron)

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