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Submitted by awesomeoutof 741d ago | opinion piece

Meet me down south: A neglected gaming locale

David Chandler ponders why there are so few games set in the American South. Given its rich, traumatic history, its strong literary tradition, and its unique culture, the region seems like a prime setting for games brave enough to take a chance on exploring the complexities of a neglected gaming locale. (Culture, inFamous 2)

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