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Submitted by tuckers24 1278d ago | news

Jagex's moralistic kids MMO Herotopia

Attention parents, Jagex today launches a new free-to-play MMO called Herotopia that aims to teach kids some valuable and wholesome lessons.

Dubbed "fun", "vibrant" and "safe", Herotopia has under 12s work together to eradicate bullying and make the world a better place. (Industry, Jagex Games Studio, PC, Runescape)

Senden  +   1278d ago
Attention parents: avoid any mmo Jagex makes like the plague.

Signed:

Former teenage runescape addict.
blackhammer  +   1277d ago
What an awful idea. Moral lessons through video games.

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