Consciousness in relation to New Media, Games, Character Invention

Where does one start the quest to place newly emerged fictional personages that, unlike most new media characters, have something to say? Established fiction has seen the depths and lows of humanity pass by and today’s writers find it mighty difficult to compete in terms of originality. But for a new media story or a character to be successful, the writer has to think up truly adaptable story structures, taking into account not only his own perception of an evolving real world, but also rapidly changing technological parameters. Storylines that shine with meaning that is as interesting as it is intended ought to be a sought after commodity. But are they?

Today, fiction and human consciousness


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