The concept of "videogame" has changed several times throughout the years. What a game should be, what it should do for the player, what it makes the player do, who plays them, what role it plays in the players' lives, that's all changed more than once in videogame history. But that's not the point, what I'm saying is that I only want to focus on what videogames are now, the latest "form". So, with that in mind, I've been wondering,
How is a videogame different from an `interactive movie` ?
I thought Heavy Rain was a fantastic game, but I've seen a lot of people critizicing it because it was too much like a movie. Games like Bioshock, on to