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In my lectures about the art of game story development, I find myself talking a lot about Grand Theft Auto, particularly when addressing human psychology. I will usually begin the segment by exclaiming - "Hands up if you play GTA!", obviously, hands go up. This is always followed by: "Hands up if, when playing GTA, you have stolen a … Continue reading GTA for World Peace!
I find that the most appealing part of a superhero's story is that concerning the character's origin. Take Superman, for example. Here you have a character who grows up knowing that he is different, that he can do all sorts of strange and cool stuff. However, he feels the need to fit in and so … Continue reading Superhero Origin Story – The Birth of a Hero
Hands up anyone who uses plastic bags from supermarkets as rubbish bags? Now put your hand down, because you're reading your screen with one hand in the air. In the UK it is now law that shops with over 250 employees must charge five pence for their plastic bags. This is a scheme, concocted by … Continue reading 5p Plastic Bags – A Solution?
A Podcast interview with Robert Bone on the In the Chair programme Click here to listen: Journey in stone podcast
In last night's episode of BBC's Doctor Who, "Before the Flood", The Doctor posed a scenario and a question: Imagine a time traveller, who is a big fan of Beethoven, goes back in time to visit his musical hero, and takes his record collection to be signed. Upon arrival, the time traveller discovers that … Continue reading Doctor Who – Bootstrap paradox is no paradox
I was in Cath Kidston earlier, just mooching around on a family jaunt around town, when my I spied the above promotional card. I couldn't help but see this as a sign for our contemporary way of living; the idea that we "need" more stuff. The question is: Do we really? We live in … Continue reading #INEEDITBECAUSE – But do I?
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