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Submitted by -Mezzo- 458d ago | opinion piece

Honoring your game characters’ deaths is about respecting yourself

VB - What does it mean to honor a fictional character?

I wrote previously about the parameters of acceptable loss … about what made the difference between a loss that I was willing to accept and one that I felt forced me to reload. I looked at the question in terms of comparing a lost soldier’s value as either a character or a pawn — their gameplay versus narrative value. (Culture)

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