The Times interview Clive Barker about his latest video game and the future:
"I have a sense that games can be – and sometimes are – something marvellous," says Barker, who is on a trip to Madrid from his Beverly Hills home. "That's why I still want to be part of this growing, visionary movement. I think there is something in games which is unique to them. I've always called my readers 'co-creators' because the same book brings completely different things to different minds. You are also a co-creator in a game, but in a much more obvious way, which shapes the process of the game and story."