Comment to mccarleyr


Within your post, you write on how video games are not just code anymore; you state “Instead, a 3D modeling artist will create a polygonal character model for use in the game world.. a game world which is also composed of art assets coming from modelers and texture artists.” I agree with you on this! Video games are no longer just code, it is a work of art that deals with creating 3D models, music, etc. You also had written that, “…many games don’t pull it off effectively enough for the game to stay interesting over a long period of time;” this is true. Many video games are so long and lengthy that many players get tired of the game, and sometimes just go on to the next new game that comes out. Video games have endless possibilities, and with the amount of video games that are out there in today’s world, will the creators of these games run out of ideas? Will they create new games that intrigue the youth of the today? As you title your post, you are right on that there are “endless possibilities.”


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