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Hideo Kojima don't understand "DEATH STRANDING" himself

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NathanSSSS said:
Mystro-Sama said:
I just hope its fun. Thats literally the main reason why people play games.

Not really, I play games mostly because I enjoy the story told, but the fact is every Kojima game was either fun and overwhelming in story telling. But some one just don't like to think, it's Okay tho, don't expect every one to find details and hints behind in the trailers released, all they did is screaming for GaMePlAy, like it's better be like Fortnite so that we can shoot each other in it.

A video game is primarily interactive content, i.e. gameplay. Sure a good story is nice and adds to the total package of the game itself but that can't be the sole focus during develop. If thats what they're going for then they should have just made it a movie then.



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Im afraid that I actually believe him. For some reason my hype is a bit dull, Im buying this day 1 based off his resume alone. But still



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Exactly what I want, TPP went on the nose with no loose ends kinda shit and it suffered for it. I like the journey as long as it's crafted well and the distination is on par, I can do without the explanation and everythi g tied up pretty in a bow which is what killed GoT and so many other great works of art in recent years, there is a lot of power in what you don't show and leave to the viewer or participant to gauge for themselves, it's an almost infinitely better form of art than the soap opera style, all cards on the table bullshit.
I fucking love cerebral shit thay makes no sense or what sense does show itself to me changes everytime I replay the game. I played MG 1 and 2 no less than 24 times each at a young age and while they wouldn't work the same way on my adult brain has I not been so young, I'm hoping this is what Kojima is setting out to achieve. I hope he gets there.



 

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Mystro-Sama said:
NathanSSSS said:

Not really, I play games mostly because I enjoy the story told, but the fact is every Kojima game was either fun and overwhelming in story telling. But some one just don't like to think, it's Okay tho, don't expect every one to find details and hints behind in the trailers released, all they did is screaming for GaMePlAy, like it's better be like Fortnite so that we can shoot each other in it.

A video game is primarily interactive content, i.e. gameplay. Sure a good story is nice and adds to the total package of the game itself but that can't be the sole focus during develop. If thats what they're going for then they should have just made it a movie then.

That's just your opinion. Different people have different tastes, and some don't always require such a heavy focus on gameplay. I mean, there are visual novels, and people play them.



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Kojima should just go to Telltale style gameplay.