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Submitted by chadpat 412d ago | article

Lost in Medium Translation: Exploring the maladroit relationship between film and video games

The experience of a video game isn’t synonymous with that of a film; one relies on the interaction of the audience while the other plays itself out. It’s apparent that both mediums have taken notes of the other’s aesthetics and incorporated it to their own. This allowed for the heightened tension of cinematography within certain films and the intricate narrative focus in video games. (Culture, The Last Of Us)

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