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Making Life into a Videogame

For clients willing to pay large sums, Videogame Adventure Services will construct "adventure games" which blurs real life with fictitious romances and car chases.

Since 2002, a year after graduating from Columbia’s M.F.A. program, Brock Enright has operated Videogames Adventure Services, a company that constructs “reality adventures” for paying clients. If you’re a V.A.S. customer, Enright and his team will stage an adventure—peopled with actors, riddled with mysteries, arranged into multiple acts—designed specially for you. Clients are predominantly thrill-seekers and if you don’t know precisely what you want out of your game, Enright will probe, infer and decide. The adventure invades your life and transforms it, for a time, into a work of art.


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