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Submitted by crftis 657d ago | opinion piece

The Story of Caring: Including ‘the other’ and why we need empathy now

Virag discusses inclusivity and diversity in games: "The gaming community, and, in turn, game creation needs to become more inclusive. It is a necessity. Once boundaries are lifted, new crowds will form. With new crowds comes new people and new minds. With new minds comes wholly fresh ideas and perspectives. These are the people that great games will come from. It is from here that works brimming with humanity will spawn." (Culture, Dev, Industry)

Credit url: gamertoken.com

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