I really don't see the correlation...
No. I would do that too.
Why do you need to change the plot to do that?
I think he means something super badass happening like running through the streets as pandemonium occurs, people running around explosions and animations everywhere things just looking crazy.
When I come up with a plot, the world and story have a strong relationship. The environment shapes the characters as much as they change the environment (from actual landscape to politics, etc).. So if I were to say.. Try to make it set in a dystopian future where there us destroyed electronics and pollution everywhere it would require greater detail and work, especially as the idea involved recovering and reusing a lot of this 'garbage.' On the other hand, changing the idea so it...
...takes place in a better world (though not a Utopia, if it was perfect there'd be no conflict and no story) makes it easier. Imo it is easier to make graphics for things with order, rather than random and chaotic (such as piles of trash and electronics).
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