Digital Racism: Multiculturalism in Gaming

Pixels or Death's Chris Leddy writes:

"It’s an amazing form of media where I can quite happily sit in my bungalow, in middle-class England and play with some nice chap sitting in his 43 floor apartment in busy, exotic Tokyo. We might not speak the same language when it comes to verbally communicating, but we both know what our objective is, we both know what the other one wants and if we’re working together, then we’re both quite happy to use gestures and basic pieces of language that are known worldwide. Doesn’t that kind of thing make you smile? The idea that, ”Hey, that guy has no connection to me outside of the fact that we’re both here, playing games together and enjoying ourselves!”"

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