Authors: Natham Thammanichanon, Vishnu Kotrajaras
Different kinds of players favor different game stories. Player Archetype Change Management (PACM) system is a drama management system which changes the story of role playing games according to a player model monitored during gameplay. Authors give each of his stories a matching player model. While a player plays the game, PACM selects the story that most matches current player model. However, players may not agree with a model defined for a story by its author. Players’ opinions should be used to adjust the player model associated with each story. In this paper, we present the technique for adjusting the player model of each story in PACM using observed data from players. This provides the system with a more reliable player model for future playing sessions.