The Witness looks like a simple but pretty puzzle game. But it contains a treasure that is more valuable to me than all the money in the world.
When we talk to each other about games, we are not talking about ratings, but about the MOMENTS that move us.
In this section, the authors of WALL JUMP focus on the very special moments that they experienced in video games.
In 1991, I thought the ending of Monkey Island 2 was dumb. 30 years later, I feel the same way. But for completely different reasons.
“I can remember it very clearly” is a lie. Either you’re lying to yourself or you’re lying to another person. Dr. House always says, “All people lie.” I couldn’t agree more. And sometimes they even lie to themselves without realizing it. Nobody can remember anything exactly. Everything is always different. Always. And here is the proof.
My first date in my own four walls probably went just as chaotically as everyone else’s: While I was dealing with my visitor, a double bed was delivered in the background so that the sex that was to come later would not be too uncomfortable.
Enter the Matrix promised to dissolve the boundaries between film and game on all relevant gaming platforms back in 2003. 20 years later, digital images of famous actors and loveless licensed versions without ambition are unfortunately still the highest of feelings – but as we all know, hope dies last.