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Submitted by SeekDev 1029d ago | article

On Player Characters and Self Expression

In this essay originally posted on the What Games Are blog, and reprinted in full with his permission, UK-based game designer and Gamasutra contributor Tadhg Kelly explains why he believes there's no such thing as a player character, and analyzes what's really going on when most people play games in context. (Culture, Dev, Tadhg Kelly)

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