Clive Barker walks to stage / Applause
Sound bite: Clive Barker – talks about how gaming can be obsessive
We are looking at things that people obsess over good god were now in a apparently in a world in which you can now get a twelve step programs haha to be uh taken off gaming um and these stories these images mean something to people we can be high ended and condescending or rather roger can be high end and condescending but the point is this means something to people it’s a very important area right now not just because its making a lot of money but because the fact that it’s making a lot of money signifies that it means something to a lot of people.
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Sound bite: Clive Barker – talks about imagination
I’m saying that we should be actually looking at really uh stretching the imaginations of our players of course but also of ourselves and say hey look lets try and make everything possible lets try and make a world uh lets invent a world where the players get to go through every emotional uh uh feeling uh available that is art offering them to people is art I think and I am excited about the fact that in the next few years were going to see a lot, a lot of people playing together and its going to become huge
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Sound bite: Clive Barker – talks about how video games are free
I think gameing has to do a lot to offer a movie is always going to be the same you gotta go in the movie the was seen by the people who just coming out leaving most of their popcorn on the floor are going well lets see the same movie that your about to see not true with games, games can be your own thing your own experience your own world your own rules there it is again make your own laws its an extraordinary revolution in the shape of the imagination.
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