What the future of video games might look like in a decade or so

I’m excited about the future, and I think there are some exciting possibilities.

The big question is what they will look like. 

In my opinion, the answer will be, well, pretty damn good. 

There are a few things that I want to talk about.

First, it’s hard to imagine a future where we don’t see some sort of evolution.

The way things have been going for the past ten years, I think that there’s no way to look at a world in 2050 and not see a massive jump in innovation. 

I want to say, though, that the big questions are not what the future will look or sound like, but what it will actually be like.

 I think we’ll see a few very different games, and some really different ideas, all of which will have a profound effect on the way we play video games in the coming decade.

This means, for example, that I think we may see games that are a lot more immersive, or that have a much more interactive feel to them.

There will be some very interesting experiments in this space, and a lot of them will require players to spend time on the map, and there will be a lot less of a focus on story. 

Second, I don’t think we’re going to see the kind of gaming that we saw in the past.

The console wars have been incredibly competitive, and it’s pretty clear that we won’t see a large number of consoles from any single developer.

We’ll see many more smaller developers making games that play on a variety of platforms, and they will likely all come from the same basic template. 

Third, I really hope that the future isn’t a dystopian one.

The games that we’re seeing now are all quite different, but they all have some sort a very similar basic template: you can pick up a game, and you can play it on a multitude of different platforms, at least in theory.

That’s how it’s going to work in the future. 

Finally, I want us to have a really good sense of what the industry is going to look like over the next decade.

That will help us understand how much we’re in for when we get to the point where we’re able to make an investment in a game and a studio.

I’m really looking forward to seeing what happens. 

This is an article from IGN.

I’ll be back tomorrow with the next article.