Hi sean! I’m terribly sorry for posting this here but honestly I don’t know where to poat this and this forum seemed the most appropriate place. I read in an interview with a movie director that after having made several successful movies, movies were ruined for him because he knew what was going on behind the scenes. Instead of feeling what an audience member should feel he would be too preoccupied with wondering how the movie had achieved a certain camera angle or subconsciously criticizing mistakes that most wouldn’t notice. Do you feel similarly towards video games in that you are dissecting the game the same way one dissects a frog in order to learn morw about it but in the process of doing so the game much like the frog dies.