The Story Mechanic Part Twenty: Loving Life From My Sofa

by Mark Bridleon April 12, 2013
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, shared stories on the sofa.

The Story Mechanic Part Nineteen: Dropping a Deuce on Gran Turismo … Again. (Or: Future Thinking)

by Mark Bridleon March 29, 2013
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, narrative on the PlayStation 4.

The Story Mechanic Part Eighteen: Guessing Our Destiny

by Mark Bridleon March 15, 2013
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, chatting with Mick about Bungie's new game; Destiny

The Story Mechanic Part Seventeen: The Interactive Column

by Mark Bridleon March 1, 2013
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, interaction in Mass Effect 3

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The Story Mechanic Part Sixteen: Local Hero

by Mark Bridleon February 15, 2013
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, Ni no Kuni's wonderful localisation

The Story Mechanic Part Fifteen: Batman & Robin Syndrome

by Mark Bridleon February 1, 2013
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, defending Ninja Theory's take on DmC.

The Story Mechanic Part Fourteen: David Cage: Cutscene Murderer

by Mark Bridleon January 18, 2013
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, the future of the cutscene.

The Story Mechanic Part Thirteen: The GodisaGeek Nativity

by Mark Bridleon December 21, 2012
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, the Christmas story, GiaG-style.

The Story Mechanic Part Twelve: The Stories of 2013

by Mark Bridleon December 7, 2012
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, previewing 2013 stories like DmC.