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Submitted by Vivalajmax 773d ago | interview

Amy Tucker Discusses Her Desire to Revive the Environmentally Aware Xeko | RipTen

Games that educate players about real-world topics often carry the unfortunate stigma of being about learning first and having fun second. While this is not often the case, players have certainly flocked to worthy titles that blend the two and erase any line of distinction. Yet even a franchise as popular as Assassin’s Creed has attempted to educate players about the locations and characters in the game, though this was done separately from gameplay. (PC, Xeko)

PaladinXII  +   773d ago
Neat concept and great interview.
BlackjackCF  +   773d ago
It's an interesting concept. I don't think I've ever seen edutainment done like that.
chrisyoung0422  +   773d ago
Good interview.

I will have to check Xeko out!

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