Disrupt games by refusing to do things



Disrupt games by refusing to do things

Over the past couple of days, Book Twitter (and actually regular Twitter, because it’s such a catastrophically mockable opinion to have in public) have been making much fun of this dude, who essentially pitched that AI could disrupt books. Another guy enthusiastically replied that you could add Metaverse features so you could “live the book”. Don’t bother adding to the pile on, because there are no more jokes to make. They have been deluged by people pointing out that TV, films and video games all aready exist.

This made me think about, firstly, that we’d be much better off as a society if techbro web3 enthusiasts were all siloed into one giant Truman Show-esque hamster ball where they can all scurry about together thinking they’re achieving things. But secondly, that some people really put a lot of store on interactivity. Including me! Graham was the one who sent me those tweets, and he said he wouldn’t want to live in any of the books he’s been reading, because everyone in them is sad or angry for the whole book, until almost the end. I said I wouldn’t want to be in them because you’d only end up being a side character, and that’s boring.

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Source : https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/disrupt-games-by-refusing-to-do-things

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