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StevenCao Jan 11, 06:07PM


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The second area is about empowering gamers. The more players have a say in the sport that's being created, the more bet they feel they have inside. They feel real emotional investment, so they're happier with the game, more loyal. This also has another merit, which is that if you genuinely listen to what gamers are saying, and you can adapt the game to exactly what they're requesting, the sport itself should better reflect their preference.

The next thing was all about creating vibrant and alive and evolving game adventures and game worlds. Plenty of games, the means by which the levels are set outside, the way they're constructed, they are essentially very inactive. If you make something which's more of a planet -- it is more unpredictable, there are new things happening -- not just occasion systems but the development you get from interesting game worlds -- it is somewhere that feels alive and feels to be an exciting place to exist. Not just visit and finish a level but really immerse yourself in the sport.

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