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How Great Stories Make Games Better: A Counter Opinion

Kyle writes: "Because it’s not that I think Adam is completely wrong about everything he said in his article. It’s that I know Adam is completely wrong about everything he said in his article. A great story has the ability to elevate a great game into a great piece of art."

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Tuxedo_Mask2798d ago

I like Red Dead Redemption, but the story was disjointed and brought the truth of John's morals and beliefs into question. It was still a good game, but it would have been even better if it had been more like "Jeremiah Johnson" and less like Grand Theft Auto.

I may be wrong, but I truly think that Red Dead Redemption would have been better if its world reacted to you rather than force you to follow a path. There have been countless articles describing getting lost in the game hunting, saving random people in trouble, gambling, and just experiencing the world of RDR that kind of prove my point.

undercovrr2798d ago

THANK YOU! I also think RDR's story is highly overrated. Don't get me wrong, the game was really fun and graphically beautiful, but it was in the end GTA in the Wild West. The worst part was towards the end *SPOILER ALERT* when you are doing those boring missions for your family. That was just an excuse to lengthen the game IMO