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Should Computers Design Computer Games?

Gavin Mannion: ''There is a very interesting piece on Eurogamer at the moment about one man’s quest to build an AI system that can create video games. It’s really lengthy but for people who are interested in the idea I do recommend giving it a read.

However the idea of computers making games themselves got me to thinking; would this be a good thing for the industry or simply the beginning of the end for any creative juices that still remain?''

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SavageKuma1212d ago

In terms of that topic it makes you wonder how lazy people are getting to have their tech do the work for them? I mean it is not a stupid idea, but the emotion and artistic aspect of the game will be lost on the computers point of view. It will probably have simple mechanics to get to a certain destination. It would be bland and unimaginative so to speak. I just believe that everything should not be handled by computers.

vulcanproject1212d ago

They could, but they would just keep coming up with games where technology destroys humankind.

That would be slightly worrying.

Timesplitter141212d ago

computers can't design anything involving fun or creativity because we have yet to understand how these things work mathematically

inStereo1212d ago

Love that still from "A.I."

Robotronfiend1212d ago

I'd talk with the Pandora folks and adapt an algorhythm that tracks as many facets of a game as possible and aggregates enough people to determine what facets of a game make it enjoyable, profitable, add replayability, and generate overall positive feedback.

The issue might be with innovation and fresh ideas, unless a mutation component is added allowing the program to try out small things which have not been correlated to positive aspects of a game yet.