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Submitted by Instigator 658d ago | opinion piece

Point of Contention: Morality as Told by Games

Moar Powah: "This week, as we honor the past, look to the future, and operate in the present, I thought it appropriate to discuss the validity of moral systems in games. No, this post will not argue that games and the act of playing are inherently moral or immoral. Let’s instead look into games themselves, taking an in-depth view into developer intention and what can be changed to encourage stronger moral relevance in those games we love so much." (PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

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