Video Games Look Like Movies – level 2

28-09-2020 15:00

In the past, movies and video games were two very different things. However, they are becoming more and more similar.

Both movies and video games use some similar techniques, such as motion capture. In this technique, a computer records how an actor moves and translates him into a digital character. Video games are improving this technique to make digital characters seem more realistic.

Also, movies and video games focus a lot on telling a story. It was usual only for movies; however, game designers have started to like it too. They use scenes that look like short movies, and they are not interactive. Many people feel that the main idea of video games is that they are interactive, and they are not happy that video games look more and more like movies.

Difficult words: technique (the method of doing something), digital (made from the computer), realistic (when something looks real), interactive (when a computer or a program reacts to information from its user as the user chooses what to do).

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