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Submitted by fezzleberry 216d ago | opinion piece

Gamers Against Games: How It Happens in Russia

Putting blame on games is quite a common rhetorical device for populist politicians and other tie-wearing guys worldwide. But what about a situation when gamers themselves place demand on government to ban a certain game? That is actually what recently happened in Russia with a game you can hardly call violent. (Company of Heroes 2, Culture, Industry)

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