Mori24 wrote:It's a cool idea and obviously it would make the game more real, but is it actually possible? I know Josh mentioned high-level thinking for NPCs but emotions and all those sophisticated relations and links isn't a little TOO high-level?
Victor Tombs wrote:It all sounds good to me, Flat.
I'm hoping that the NPC's are so lifelike that I wouldn't be surprised if one of them made me my Marmite on toast for breakfast.
Yes, I know it's a pipedream but I do wonder what some of Josh's games will be like when I'm too old to appreciate them. I'm sure these youngsters have a real treat in store for them .
Hyperion wrote:Victor Tombs wrote:I really don't want some Npc nagging me to go to the gym more or calling me fat or mocking my mortality, depending on their personalities, because it is utilizing my camera and knows I just had a slice of Pie... So hopefully they aren't too smart.
Kambalo wrote:I would like to see also the possibility of religion or spirituality traits created as well. Since the dawn of time faith and spirituality have been 2 elements always present in the development of civilization.
Scytale wrote:As a religious person who works to expand the knowledgebase of the physical sciences every day, I can say with some authority that that is an entirely inadequate description of what religion is.
HKY09 wrote:Scytale wrote:As a religious person who works to expand the knowledgebase of the physical sciences every day, I can say with some authority that that is an entirely inadequate description of what religion is.
I should clarify that, in the first half of that sentence, I was referring to paganism; while in the later half, I was referring to modern religion as having evolved from its proto-scientific roots to be more encompassing and far-reaching.
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