Re: [gamebooks] A matter of viewpoint
> Just a question for the group in general. As we know gamebooks can beI tend to prefer second-person gamebooks from a gameplay perspective since
> written from a variety of viewpoints. How do members of the group feel
> about gamebooks that have been written in the third person? Do they
> provide an effective solo adventure experience, or is the fact that they
> are not written from the perspective of you as the character detract
> from that experience? Any comments?
they are a bit more immersive... but third-person can offer opportunities
for less awkward writing and certainly isn't a major turn-off for me. I
think different perspectives work for different stories, and none should
be ruled out!