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Interactive Storytelling - Narrative Techniques and Methods in Video Games

Mike Shepard, Author

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Video games, like other narratives, are structured, and they borrow structures that other media have employed before.  The Three-Act Structure, the Hero’s Journey, and the concept of Pacing all form the foundation of many an interactive narrative and assist designers in crafting the stories, but also the players in experiencing the stories.
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