Contributing writer for The Artifice.
Junior Contributor I
Is Gaming the Future of Films? Or are Films the Future of Games?
As Games have evolved, they become more and more cinematic. Cutscenes that are directed using filmaking knowledge, and interactive series such as ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘The Wolf Among Us’ are essentially interactive choose-your-own-adventure films. So my question is this- as Films yearn to draw the audience in more and more through interactivity, will they start to become much like games- or is the age of games over? Is the future of CoD an interactive action film with occasional quick-time segments?