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After sweeping the Game Choice Awards last night, thatgamecompany's Jenov Chen discusses the design of the endlessly lauded Journey at the 2013 Game Developers Conference. Check out the highlights and insight below!
Games are like emotional nourishment. While film is mature and diverse, early video …
Game Developer’s Conference (GDC) is the world’s largest and longest-running gaming professionals industry event. The conference contains 400 lectures, panels, tutorials and round-table discussions on a comprehensive selection of game development topics taught by leading industry experts. GDC 2013 …
I've seen posts of users discussing what the story of Journey actually means, what the conflict of the story is and why the Traveler is attempting to reach the mountain. I personally think that's looking at it the wrong way. I originally attempted to understand the story in that manner and all the …
So if you've played Journey, you've probably had to sit through all those mysterious cutscenes-but what exactly do they mean?
In particular, the ones involving the Ancient Glyphs are incredibly fascinating, because the player is merely shown the images. There is no dialogue, no words, nothing of any…
Gamasutra has interviewed thatgamecompany's Robin Hunicke about the company's approach to development, including Journey. Here's an interesting snippet:
- "Visuals, sound and movement... it all has to come together, and when it doesn't, it's usually obvious," she says, and then laughs: "It's usually pain…