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Submitted by s8anicslayer 591d ago | opinion piece

When it comes to storytelling and getting emotional responses from games, sometimes less is more

Edge - "When we consider the advancement of games and the maturation of their storytelling, we always assume that more tech, more tools and more space will be what lets us refine the experience into something more mature, complex and sophisticated. Something more affecting." (Culture)

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