Posts Tagged ‘quote’

This ability to transport the player to impossible worlds is what I love about video games, and it’s what great art and entertainment has been achieving for thousands of years. It’s also why I don’t worry too much about the rise of Facebook and iPhone games turning these sorts of experiences into dinosaurs, rendering them obsolete and then extinct. As a species, we will always want to visit new places, born out of the imaginations of our most creative minds; we will always want to be immersed in worlds other than our own.

Steve Gaynor, source


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Six Impossible Things

“There is no use trying,” said Alice; “one can’t believe impossible things.”

“I dare say you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen.  “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

~ Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

I’ve always wondered what kinds of ideas would come out of believing in impossible things for half an hour a day. What kinds of games would we see (or have seen) from doing just that?

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It doesn’t matter where they are from; working with highly motivated individuals is the only way to move forward. I am tired of taking care of people who do not have the passion. Saying you don’t have time because of work, using work as an excuse, will not help you grow. Creating abilities, at its core, is reliant on your love for the creation.

-Hideo Kojima, source

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Bars of Soap

I don’t think we’re an industry of widgets. I don’t think we can approach it like we approach bars of soap, where you’re just trying to make the cheapest bar of soap.

– Tim Schafer, source

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“It’s only a game” is a phrase that agrees with all of those who ever looked down their noses at the medium, who want to nutshell it as a child’s plaything, who want to promote the kind of prejudice that will keep games from ever achieving widespread respect for everything they are.

Leigh Alexander, source

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It’s always been the opinion of the Men With Money that nothing is popular because it’s good. According to businessmen, things are popular because someone succeeding in duping the public. This isn’t, necessarily, the worst way to approach things, as a businessperson. It’s always helpful to consider that your success might actually be because you made a mistake somewhere.

Tim Rogers

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“If you immerse yourself too single-mindedly in your chosen art form whether it’s video games, movies, comics or whatever, your work can easily become just a reflection of what others are doing in that field rather than breaking new ground.”

Jordan Mechner

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