But stories need work, says Wall-E production exec

Games are catching up with cinema, says Pixar

A leading production exec at animated movie studio Pixar has praised gaming’s evolution – and admitted that the quality of visual technology is “catching up” with cinemas.

However, Ralph Eggleston, production designer behind Pixar’s upcoming movie, Wall-E, added that video games still lacked a “strong narrative story” – and predicted that there may never be the market for one to emerge.

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