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Age of Decadence 3-part interview
 
Age of Decadence 3-part interview [ Game -> Interview ]
Posted by cazsim83 Wed 07 May 2008, 1:14 AM
More info on Company: Iron Tower | More info on Game: Age of Decadence

For those (few?) interested parties here @ DaC - StarWarsKnights.com has an "obscenely over-sized" interview with Iron Tower's Vince D. Weller about AoD - 3 parts over today, tomorrow, and the day after.

In countless interviews and forum posts you've spoken about "choice and consequence." Would you like to explain to our readers what that means, exactly? From here it sounds little more than a buzz word -- like "extreme" or "epic".

Buzzwords like extreme, epic, next-generation, etc. describe nothing and mean nothing. Reading that game X is epic tells you nothing. These concepts are subjective and since gaming journalism tends to attract the dumbest, you can read deep thoughts like KotOR is the pinnacle of greatness in TB RPGs or KotOR's story in fact is one of the best stories told this century.

"Choices & consequences", like "turn-based" or "isometric", refers to a very specific design that can't be interpreted in different ways. A game is either turn-based or not; it either has choices or not; the gameworld either reacts to those choices or not.

Choices are the core of role-playing. That's what separates RPGs from adventure games; instead of following a predetermined path and solving problems in very specific ways, you decide what to do (within the frame of a story and setting), when to do it, and how to do it.

---preview shamelessly taken from GameBanshee

You can read the full first part here

Since we're not really an AoD fansite, I'll leave the next two days up to those interested to follow @ starwarsknights.com

Spotted @ GameBanshee
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