Rosendo Salazar

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In this paper, we present adaptive quests, an extension to the dominant quest model that guides and motivates gameplay in MMORPG shared worlds. The standard model has proven effective, but is significantly incompatible with the desire for player driven change in the world. We present an incremental step to increasing player impact, discuss the problems it(More)
In this paper we explore the use of recursive cubic Hermite splines to mimic human movement in open world games. Human-like movement in an open world environment has many characteristics that are not optimal or directed towards clear, discrete goals. Using data collected from a simple MMORPG-like game, we use our spline representation to model human player(More)
In this paper, we discuss approaches to dialogue in interactive video games and interactive narrative research. We propose that situating interactive dialogue in the simplified expectations of video games is a profitable way to investigate computational dialogue simulation. Taking cues from existing physical simulations such as combat, we propose a(More)
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