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Submitted by allograndma 214d ago | opinion piece

Make Hats Not War: Why customisation is more than cosmetic

The words “Team Fortress 2” immediately evoke a number of crystal-clear associations in the mind’s eye: the distinct, eye-catching character classes, the hyperbolic cartoony art style, the tinny blare of teammates’ voices in headsets as you argue over military tactics. One particular association, however, presides firmly over all, as innate as the kneejerk reaction – HATS. (Culture, PC, Team Fortress 2)

ATi_Elite  +   214d ago
Customization is important because its creativity and it separates your avatar from the millions AND MILLIONS of avatars out there.

expression, creativity and individualism are very important

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