I've said this for months (in fact that same comment was in Edge last year) although I think my opinion on it is just regarded as virtriol on here now - even if Cage is better than most videogame writers, which he isn't, he's still not anywhere near as good as he needs to be even without the entirely flawed premise from the outset.|
There's no such thing as interactive drama - the closest you can possibly have is being an actor in a play, and there would be no benefit in deviating from the script, which is why storytelling will always be best linear. Would you want to decide the outcome of a football match you were watching and occasionally choose which way the ball went?
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