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Submitted by GameRage 1160d ago | article

Analysis: Closing the gap between films and games

Writer Alex Garland says he longs for a movie/game hybrid. Randy Lamberson, of Press2Reset, wonders whether it’s already here and takes a look at the narrative evolution of modern games. (BioShock, Culture, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West)

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