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Submitted by Aclay 586d ago | opinion piece

David Cage Is Right: Violence Is Not Essential

Destructoid- Earlier this week, Allistair suggested that violence is integral to immersion, that it could draw us into games that lack it even more. This was in response to a presentation given by serial pompous twit and occasional truth-sayer, David Cage. While the spirit of his article -- that violence is a facet of gaming we shouldn't dismiss or overlook -- is one I very much agree with, I think that he might put too much stock in it. (Culture, David Cage)

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