In New York City, the first-ever gaming event held at the ongoing Tribeca Film Festival held in the city, and it is recorded more than 1,000 gaming fanatics showed up in the downtown Manhattan for the gaming event. The scenario was turned from a discussion center to a keynote conversation center because of the several internationally renowned video game inventors as well game creators.
There were some of the legends who showed up in the event, and one of them is the world famous Hideo Kojima from Japan, who is a renowned maker of popular games like “Silent Hill” and “Metal Gear,” who expressed his childhood fascination of film festivals. Kojima also said he is a pretty much movie buff, and Hollywood is one of his favorite, which includes the classic “Taxi Driver.”
And he also prefers real actors in games as an alternative of 3D models, which are more like a real feel for the character, by allowing an additional layer of realism and creativity in games, as per him.
On the other hand, the director and writer of BioShock, Kevin Levine grabbed the stage with Doug Limon, who is the director of action movie, to express the comparisons of actions in his game and the movies, with more nonaggressive tone.
According to Levine, who addressed the crowds and said, glamor is the major difference between a game and a movie, which is not possible to fill without the help of various actors from the glamor world.
There were various other gaming personalities were also present at the event.