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I was happy with how this piece came together; it's an idea I've been chewing on for a while now.

I'm not really one for the whole "games vs. narrative" debate, but this felt like it could be a useful perspective to share.
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I think a better comparison is that game play is like physics, it gives the foundation of how the game can work.
Can you give me an example of that? To me, it's the complete opposite. Game play can alter the narrative far more than narrative altering the game play.
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