Game Designers Need to Refocus

Photorealism shouldn't be the name of the game, argues Introversion director, Mark Morris

So far, with visually abstract games like Uplink, Darwinia and Defcon: Everybody Dies, Introversion has taken an obvious stance on the graphics vs. gameplay debate. Company director Morris says that Introversion is likely never to create a photo-realistic title, and his reasoning is simple: “Everybody’s doing it, it’s expensive and, most importantly, photo-realism doesn’t matter.”

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