Draining The Swamp: The Case for ‘Less Stuff’ in Video Games

David Fitchett of Gamer Professionals writes: "I don’t know about you but when my family gets brutally executed all I want to do is collect as many feathers as possible. Likewise, when I wake up after being shot and buried alive all I want to do is find collectible snow globes. Collecting random junk is a staple of the gaming experience, whether it be an adventure side-scroller or a massively open world game like Witcher III, and in the latter case I would argue that it is largely an unwarranted addition."

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