Montclair State offers a course exploring narrative in video games. Amy Kuperinsky of the Star-Ledger writes, "The college course recognizes the fact that a career in video games does not mean locking yourself in the basement to play some fantastical saga to its conclusion. Nor is it a vocation to merely daydream about. It's a trade, an art to learn--one that, like other forms of entertainment, needs both stories and writers."
Read the full article at "The New Storytelling."