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Submitted by socriana 831d ago | article

‘Metro 2033' author shares his vision for redefining fan-driven fiction

Would you kill Jar Jar Binks if you had the chance? Reconciling an author’s artistic vision with one’s own beliefs about how a particular piece of fiction should proceed is among the most difficult burdens a committed fanperson bears. You want things to turn a certain way, but the creator decides for whatever reason to do things differently. The geek-centric Internet is built around flinging complaints at such changes. It doesn’t have to be that way though, not if you’re Dmitry Glukhovsky. (4A Games, Metro 2033, PC, THQ)

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