Orson Scott Card on why games are boring…
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November 14th, 2006, 23:28
Very good article / interview. I'll forward this, because I already know a few discussions on exactly that matter.
The thing is, that gamers are in generally agreeing on the failure of the publishers; yet nothing is being done, because the publishers have all of the power in their hands and meanwhiole don't know how to make it right.
It's as if a millionaire tries to build and sell statuesby saying to sculptors : "We need a statue that's appealing to anyone, is being made with the least cost, and sells most".
What would a sculptor think about this ?
I think the power they have is corrupting the publishers, draining them von creativenes, innovation, like a vampire. It's kind of freaky to me.
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