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I would say I'm a casual gamer. I'm not hardcore.
I started as a journalist for magazines in New York City, so it was always storytelling. And moving into movies was a natural transition.
I think you need to understand games to write them. There's a learning curve, just like there's a learning curve in anything. It's not precisely the same as film or television, but you're using the same muscles.
Bond is a classic archetype character, a character that's embedded in our heads forever, one of a lone warrior setting out to avenge a nation - and you find that character across cultures.
Games have has as much an impact on Hollywood filmmaking as MTV music videos did.
I had grown up loving movies and had always wanted to write them.
Whenever you do anything with Bond, you've got Cubby Broccoli and Sean Connery looking over your shoulder.
In the case of 'Blood Stone,' the producers, EON, Michael Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, David Wilson and Gregg Wilson, had an idea for a story and had a lot of it done. And I came in, worked with them, fleshed it out.
The great thing about games is that it's tremendously collaborative, and it opens you up to this other world of thinking and storytelling and how you construct those stories.
Yes, I play computer games. I think you've got to embrace the latest technology. For someone to dismiss games as not important would be the same as saying the Internet is not important.
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