Part 12: Kick Off Meeting; NathanielSome pretty neat posts around here as of late, from Willie Tomg and others. However, all this Hitchcock talk is making me slightly nervous; David Cage loves to invoke Hitchcock when politely asked to justify whatever minor nitpick worshipful gaming journalists feel is safe to discuss at the moment.
Have another update.
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David Cage posted:
I'm looking for experiences that are meaningful, that carry meaning and depth. I don't try to just spend some time and have some fun and turn off the television and that's it. I prefer to spend some time reading a book, or watching a TV series, because they leave an imprint in my mind; they make me feel something. They make me think, and that's what I really enjoy. But with many games, when you turn off the console, nothing's left. In my mind, this is really a problem