Hideo Kojima tweeted yesterday in favor of the photo mode in games — the fact that many people have made fun of the feature, claiming that it doesn‘t have special Sense. The great game designer, on the contrary, is confident that virtual photography can come in handy in life too. “There are still people who ridicule the fact that you take virtual pictures in games.
If you continue to do this, your skills will naturally improve. Composition, frame layout, focus, etc.
” “Most importantly, you’ll know exactly what you want to take pictures. Experience with the in-game photo mode is exactly useful while shooting on a real camera or smartphone.
” Kojima‘s argument can be understood — any practice is good. By the way, last year the photo mode made it to Kojima’s latest game — Death Stranding — which is rumoured to be getting a sequel.
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