Today’s video games involve elaborate worlds, engaging narratives and emotionally complex characters. Dan Pinchbeck (Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and Everybody’s Gone To the Rapture), Steve Gaynor (Gone Home, BioShock: Infinite) and game critic Dan Golding report on how AAA and independent games have evolved to meet market demand. They speak with ABC2 Good Game’s Bajo.
Supported by Let’s Make Games
Sat 22 Feb 2014
Games feature elaborate narratives set within epic worlds. You control the gameplay, but who writes and develops the stories?
20-23 Feb 2014
Perth Writers Festival brings you a stellar line-up of international and Australian authors, thinkers and provocateurs.
Sat 1 March 2014
Tod Machover will craft a symphony tailor-made for Perth, to be played live for the first time by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.