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I think there are two different authorship questions: 1. Who is the author of a game when a player can affect what happens? 2. Who is the author of a game when it is made by a large team? And the feeling I get is you're mixing the two questions. The lines you quote from the article refer to question 2, what you write at the end about McLuhan etc. refers to question 1. No? I mean, I'm a bit tired and I'm at work and I am supposed to fix a showstopper before we submit, so... maybe I'm wrong. For what it's worth, my short (and lazy) answer to both questions is that the question no longer makes sense, but for different reasons. Jurie (Also: not amused by TypePad's auth mechanisms.)
Toggle Commented Nov 16, 2009 on On Auteurship in Games at Click Nothing