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Spillkarakterer som narrative verktøy

Har spillerne dine gjennomskuet glassveggene i sandkasseverdenen din? Forsøk Jørgensens/Biowares metode fra Eludamos. Journal for Computer Game Culture, Vol 4, No 2 (2010)

(…)both player characters and other characters carry narrative progression, but companions are the most important devices for creating a richer narrative experience. While the player characters in both games are important for the growth and development of companions by working as advisors in personal and moral dilemmas, companions are scripted with particular potentials for development which the player may or may not activate. In this sense, the game designers have effectively removed narrative control from the player without making the player feel powerless in the progression of events, and enabled narrative progression through using companions as distributors of narrative information.

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