Here are a few quotes that I think are worth sharing.
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You might remember olaf from his video game days, back when he was a badass computer game designer. Now the internet has made him a bit of a cultural legend, so I wanted to share a few of his quotes that he’s shared on social media.
One of olaf’s best quotes is from a video game developer.
Olaf Paradigm Studio has been involved in many games, but this one is definitely the stand out. He talks about the importance of the “human factor” in games. The developer’s character should not just be a collection of pixels. Instead, the human element should be “deep” and “real.” “The game should feel real” olaf said.In the video game industry this is a tough one to pull off.
While we’re on the subject of gameplay, it’s also important to play games that have a real emotional connection to you. The kind of games that makes you feel like you are playing a character that you care about.
In this case, I think olaf is right. The human factor is key for good gameplay, whether it be a story, a combat system, or a gameplay mechanic. Our own study of people who were asked to play a game more than once found that they could tell the difference between good and bad experiences. An experience that was boring and uninteresting was considered to be bad.
Players who play games with a strong emotional connection to them tend to be better than players who don’t. This helps explain why MMOs and other massively multiplayer games tend to be so well received.
I think it’s hard to do much meaningful research when your job is to just write a bunch of articles about how you think a game is going to go.
The interesting thing is that it all seems to be coming from the same people. For example, the game’s developers, The Black Company, often publish articles about how the game is really going to be awesome. One of my favorite articles is written by the game’s lead designer, Olaf. In it, Olaf explains why the game will be totally awesome.