This paper presents a novel idea of talking to a computer in a simple and reduced language capable of expressing and recognizing emotions. The language is applied to capture the emotion in speech of a game player and its corresponding emotive response from the non-player-character (NPC). This paper outlines the process of cognitive response from the NPC.
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