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  • Australian storytelling today has individuals and groups across the country who meet to share their stories.
  • A felt-covered board can be used in storytelling to small children.
  • Years later, this would become the standard approach to video game storytelling.
  • Storytelling is an ancient form of entertainment that has influenced almost all other forms.
  • Many of these cultural elements have been passed from generation to generation through storytelling.
  • Although set in a historical era, the movie uses a very modern style of storytelling.
  • Storytelling has always been an important form of entertainment in the village.
  • She was drawn to both the sound and storytelling of country music.
  • This style of storytelling game lent itself well to live-action role-playing games.
  • Many of these are unable to return home, as they lack storytelling skills.
  • He is best known for his performances of storytelling on stage, radio, and television.
  • He says he has had storytelling instincts since he was eight years old.
  • Their small budget was another reason to use the ship for much of the storytelling.
  • The first half of the concert is spent storytelling songs with each guest artist on the tour.
  • The final scene was only storytelling about what happened afterwards.
  • I think the first step was putting the song in a total storytelling mode.
  • He is well known in the video game industry for his storytelling and comedic writing style.
  • Due to the popularity of his works, he soon earned a two-hour spot on local radio for his storytelling.
  • Eventually, video games grew to become a respectable and rich source of storytelling.
  • It also featured a significant amount of alternative storytelling and experience-based journalism.
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