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Submitted by pat_11_5 637d ago | opinion piece

Can video games provide political/social commentary?

Recently, video games have attempted to tackle social and political topics beyond their normal scope.

But are video games the correct medium for this kind of social commentary? Absolutely. (Casual games, Culture, Endgame Syria, Papo & Yo, Pipe Trouble, Smuggle Truck, Sweatshop HD)

pat_11_5  +   638d ago
I think as video games as a medium continue to mature, we're going to start seeing way more of this.
duckieoro   638d ago | Spam

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