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Submitted by RinkyDinkyDan 42d ago | opinion piece

What Games Can Learn from Noir

Videogames seem to embody the very essence of noir storytelling. So why then, don’t they capitalize enough on the potential narrative ambiguities afforded by this noir-ish, claustrophobic mode of narration? Miguel Penabella considers the reasons. (Culture)

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