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Submitted by timbow1982 559d ago | opinion piece

Simulation Games and What They Teach Us

"There are a few well-known genres of games which are grossly over-represented in gaming these days. First-person Shooters, Action-Adventure, Horror (see Action-Adventure), RPG, etcetera.
Yet a genre which is often overlooked is that of the Simulation game. Sim games have been around for the majority of the time which games have existed. They are often disregarded by mainstream gamers because of their tendency to have a niche focus, for example Farming Simulator and Snowcat Simulato" (Culture)

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