Dynamic game storytelling?

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Maybe, maybe not. There's a BBC article at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/2708995.stm that gives some fluff on the Liquid Narative engine, which recreates the game's planned events based on actions. Actual meat to the story can be found at http://liquidnarrative.csc.ncsu.edu/moreinfo.html. Anybody able to follow up on this?

-Sta7ic Matt

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The latter link 404'sÖ you included the full-stop in your link Rasp
The link.

Mark Bishop
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Hello, back after a couple weeks -- been busy. The site is totally different in my absence; that freaked me out a bit.

Anyway, thanks for the link, Sta7ic. Was I not just bemoaning the limitations of narrative in the Sex thread? Actually, I am apparently just jumping on a bandwagon. The latest Game Developer has an article arguing for narrative and character development.

The BBC article is annoyingly slim. I want to know more about the technology. Have to see what else is posted on the company's web site.

(ASIDE: Carlos, the new smilies look fab. Thanks for your hard work, as usual.)
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