As games get closer to complete realism, developers have to decide whether to use that power for good or evil.
It's like the author just took an ethics class and now thinks they're enlightened. On a side note, why is this crap not an obstacle music faced before consideration as a serious form of art? These days the intelligentsia insist that a book must have meaning, or else it is pulp. A film must have meaning, or else it escapist fluff. The same thought process is now infecting video games.
Those are the best kind of people. /s
Moral reckoning lool ....... By who not us. maybe the media they love to make us look like lunatics
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