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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 973d ago | opinion piece

Comedy is a serious business for games

Metro: As video games become more and more focused on narrative, we begin to hold those narratives to an ever higher standard. And a key ingredient to a great narrative is humour. Not always, of course, but much more often than not. (Culture)

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