Submitted by Aclay 1096d ago | opinion piece

Creativity Within The Lines: Immersion In Linear Games

GameInformer- There isn’t just one way to create an immersive video game. Some titles drop you in a massive world ready to be explored, while others guide you along with good writing and sound level design. I love believable worlds that encourage me to explore every nook and cranny. Often though, a linear game can elicit the same amount of commitment. My favorite games are ones I can get lost in, but that doesn’t mean I need complete freedom to do so. (Culture)

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