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With that said, this Open Discussion is about San Diego Comic Con 2018. Today is the last day of the event and has quite a bit of stuff going on like reveals of tabletop games, Q&As, and much more.
We also learn that a special segment regarding writers for VR and AR games is a thing. At 4:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. the event will take a look at the new and how does it impact the way players interact with a game’s story. Jonathan Callan (senior writer, Survios), with panelists James Iliff (chief creative officer, Survios), Andrew Robinson (senior writer, Blizzard), and Shawn Kittelsen (writer/head of narrative, Injustice 2) will appear.
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This week’s music selection comes from Gunship called “Dark All Day”, which is an homage to the action-horror genre of the 1980s and early 1990s.
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