The Storytelling Process for Video Games

Many people, even video game players themselves, will say that the games do not have stories. But they absolutely do, explains writer and producer Craig Miller. As a player, you don’t know the story when you first start playing – instead, you discover the story as you play it. Miller compares this process to life itself. You don’t know the story of your life until you have actually lived it. In a video game, you make certain choices that influence what you see or do later on. You have to find different...
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