Story in a game is like a story in a porn movie. It’s expected to be there, but it’s not that important.
I’m first and foremost an inventor. But what we created was indeed art.
I used to have this chat-up line, my only chat-up line … Imagine you’re walking on a path – what’s the path like? Imagine you go to the woods – what does the forest look like?
Note to self: Pasty-skinned programmers ought not stand in the Mojave desert for multiple hours
We don’t pay a whole lot of attention to the Internet until people have played the game – then we pay a lot of attention to whether people liked it. We read through it and see it, but we don’t take it into consideration. … [The Internet] is not going to dictate the direction of where the game goes
Prose is an art form, movies and acting in general are art forms, so is music, painting, graphics, sculpture, and so on. Some might even consider classic games like chess to be an art form. Video games use elements of all of these to create something new. Why wouldn’t video games be an art form?