Choose your own adventure. That’s long been the dream: the ability to step into a fictional world and live it according to your own rules, to control your own fate within a story of your own creation.
The rapid advance of technology is opening up new realms of interactive storytelling possibility, moving us closer to a realization of that dream. The lines between story and experience, physical and digital, destination and virtual space, creator and user are blurring. The audience is being elevated to the roles of active participants and co-creators.
What is interactive storytelling and what’s the real promise of the medium? How do storytellers, experience designers, destinations, and attractions navigate the multitude of diverging pathways ahead?
Louis Alfieri sat down with Senior Writer at Raven Sun Creative Tim Madison to dig into these questions where they explore the beginnings of interactive storytelling in order to uncover what the future of this art form holds.
“One of the things we’re going to see is the role-playing video game experience – gameplay with a lot of narrative storytelling expansiveness like Grand Theft Auto, World of Warcraft, Red Dead Redemption, Skyrim – also crossing over into the phygital realm.” ~ Louis Alfieri
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