Games have enormous untapped potential to tell new and compelling stories through interactivity. You won’t be stuck in a long, drawn-out cutscene in these games. These stories are told through player interaction.
Let me know when The Wolf Among Us Season 2 comes out. Till then, meh.
The first (or I guess only) season is still very much recommended, as are the comics that I only have four deluxe editions of so far. But, yeah. A season 2 would be amazing.
The Wolf Among Us 2 was teased at The Game Awards last December. Haven't heard anything since though. https://youtu.be/pb55ycOwGF...
Let me know when Tales from the Borderlands Season 2 comes out. Till then, meh.
Not having Fiona in BL3 was criminal IMO. Only one line where she's even referenced, and a picture on a desk, but they didn't even give her a part.:*( One of my favorite characters of all time, and instead of even a cameo, we get a bunch of jokes about Rhys' mustache. Oh well. Maybe in some DLC. The reference to her was that Rhys was looking for her. Still haven't played the season pass post content DLC yet.
No thanks, Forza's enough for me
as good as indie stories are, i prefer the aaa titles.
Such a twisted comment.
The only game he plays is TLOU2.
He's the sort of guy who only appreciates something that has Sony on the box. Just check his comments. If Playstation starts really pushing indie development though, his tune will change.
You don't often see the Metro games mentioned in these type of lists, do people not consider them to be a good story?
The Metro series is fantastic, but I wouldn't necessarily consider them "narrative driven". The gameplay and mechanics are definitely what brings people to them.
They're decent enough. But they don't have much of a following or name recognition compared to some other games which get lauded for great stories.
Last Light had an amazing story
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