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Submitted by SethThePirate 567d ago | opinion piece

Marine Teddy-Bear Teams: Emotional Surrogates In Gaming

A quick look at how the psychology behind teddy-bears, safety blankets, and attachment might also apply to NPCs and other in-game objects. (Culture, Halo 2, Mass Effect 3, Pikmin)

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