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Michael Pica

Michael Pica

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  • Comment on: Top 10: The architecture of computer games (pt II)

    Michael Pica's comment 24-Jun-2009 3:38 pm

    I really enjoyed this article even if it is tongue-in-cheek. Video games and Architecture are two things that I've always had a strong interest in. I would love to see a more serious version of this article... perhaps as an Annual were the games of the last year are compared and awards are given to the most innovative and functionally appropriate designs. More recently with the advance in graphics technology a lot of games are being taken more seriously as art. Those who design the buildings and structures within them are in themselves architects, though their "clients" have very different needs. I think putting more attention into this aspect of video games might encourage game developers to take their architecture more seriously, and perhaps even reach out to legitimate architects for design and direction.

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