AI making video games?

Bayonetta OST-Mysterious Destiny

Bayonetta, you're a mystery
You come along with a destiny
This is your life, a battlefield telling you who you are
Bayonetta, this is your time
You're gonna sparkle, you're gonna shine
Girl, when you fight it looks like a dance, you are magic, you're magic

Come on, come on, come on, there's only one way, your way
Come on, come on, come on, you know there's only one way, your way
Dance, fight, spin around, spin around
Dance, fight, fly higher, fly higher, fly higher

Bayonetta, you bury your loneliness deep down in your eyes
Sadness lies in your smile
But victory shines in your eyes
You're still alive


  • WintergreenWintergreen Posts: 533

    Why would we want this when people already suck at making a halfway decent game to begin with? Interesting video, though. I want to do that VR Chernobyl thing.

  • AlbinMattAlbinMatt Posts: 1,026
    edited October 17

    More like: How EA Makes Games.

  • TheStrangerousTheStrangerous Posts: 1,763

    It's still a very far future.

    Like can robots create other form of media? Nope, nothin' matches human's imagination and subconscious level etc.

    Fletcher gettin' Sledgehammer melee supporter.
    More arcadey, less grounded gameplay supporter.

  • To be fair to have an AI make a game it would require a ton of effort (probably a hundred times more than making the game yourself) as it would require for it to have an understanding of what makes a game fun in terms of mechanics and a way of randomizing the game mechanics without breaking the code and have a game that is unable to be completed otherwise it would either produce copies of the same game over and over again or with a broken mess of code.
    All of this would require a near if not completely sentient and self improving AI, but then we'd have more important things than the quality of its games to worry about, especially if it's going to be enslaved by a game company, we all saw what happens when you mess with sentient AIs in films and games...

  • Great Work!

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