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Submitted by ericthornton 737d ago | opinion piece

I Curse the Meter of Morality | Heroism & How We Feel Things in Video Games

The author discusses how the Jawas in KOTOR scarred him for life, and how video games are employing new techniques to make us feel stuff. (Culture, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, The Last Of Us, Xbox)

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