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Submitted by Mizithra 609d ago | article

Game Taboos, part 1: Religion and Spirituality

In most forms of entertainment–film, music, literature–there are few topics that are off-limits for creative people to explore. Religion, spirituality, death and loss, morality and ethics are all common themes in even the lightest genres of popular music or fiction, and yet video games–one of the most economically significant forms of modern media–rarely give these subjects more than a passing glance. (3DS, BioShock: Infinite, Culture, Dead Space, Dear Esther, Grand Theft Auto V, Journey, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, PS4, Wii, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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