"One of the biggest complaints I hear from 'discerning' gamers is how few and far between well-written games are.
Look, Sturgeon's Law applies to games writing as much as it does to Science Fiction. Perhaps even more so.
If you're interested in in raising the level of writing in games, then you'll need to find a company to work for that's interested in that too.
Just don't expect Sturgeon's Law to be violated any time soon.
From the article:
He wasn't interested in what was true, only in whether or not he had been treated fairly. There wasn't a shred of remorse in his body. He was a sociopath, incapable of caring about another human being. A narcissist. A manipulator who thinks everybody else is stupid.
... He's a genius who invented a new way to store information, supervised millions of lines of complex code, and he has no idea how he is being perceived.