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Submitted by SpaceSquirrel 1072d ago | interview

TGS: Masaya Matsuura: The Cultural Legacy Of Games Is Improving

Gamasutra: Back in 2008, Masaya Matsuura, head of NanaOn-Sha (Parappa the Rapper) wrote an article for Gamasutra lamenting the cultural legacy games were leaving for future generations to find. Violence, he said, was the main focus of our creative content, and so future anthropologists might consider our recreational activities to be backward and barbaric. (Industry, Masaya Matsuura)

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