GD1120 - Storytelling in Games I
- This course is also available through Distributed Learning
The game industry is comprised of many artistic and technical disciplines. As games evolve, storytelling is becoming a leading factor in the development of an immersive and engaging gaming experience. Like movies and books, games support much of the common literary and cinematic forms of narrative. Games provide the opportunity to take these storytelling tools deeper through interactivity and involving the player as an active member of the storytelling experience. Students will learn the influence classic storytelling has in games and examine the modern day narrative processes and experiences that entertain gamers today.
This course is offered in the following programs:
Video Game Art & Design