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Submitted by awesomeoutof 812d ago | opinion piece

Finding the Lack of Fun and How It Can Be Rewarding

Are video games created for the sole purpose of having fun? David Chandler doesn't think so. He argues that "approaching a game with a goal other than having fun seems like a ridiculous idea, but it can lead to new insights on how games function as forms of art and entertainment." (Braid, Dark Souls, Dev, Industry, Limbo, Spec Ops: The Line)

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