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#Actualsunandshadow

Posted 23 January 2013 - 05:14 PM

Yes, 1st person vs. third person viewpoint make the difference in whether a player is looking at their character interact with other characters, or looking through their character's eyes but never at the character.  These two set-ups prompt different types of player thinking about their character as an avatar of the player and the character's role in the game world.

 

(BTW not to nitpick but that should be affect, not effect.)


#1sunandshadow

Posted 23 January 2013 - 05:09 PM

Yes, 1st person vs. third person viewpoint make the difference in whether a player is looking at their character interact with other characters, or looking through their character's eyes but never at the character.  These two set-ups prompt different types of player thinking about their character as an avatar of the player and the character's role in the game world.


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