A video game fan and Biology teacher has conducted a survey about the nature and wildlife within Red Dead Redemption 2 that shows how the game is educating its players.
1 of the things I love about the potential of games. Not a requirement but if devs can pull it off while having the fun factor, that’s a double win in my book.
I learned to recognize all of the plants and mushrooms in Days Gone by sight. I could name them all. Probably couldn't do it now though.
Low key AC style bleeding effect. Since games are more interactive than basically any other form of media there's potential to get an almost hands on approach. For slower paced games/open world/RPGs there's potential to hide very educational stuff behind some of the slower portions of a game
That’s cool! I went to Athens after playing over 150 hours in Odyssey, and I could name all the monuments, the direction to most of them and the story behind them.
GTA taught me about good music.
Same here https://youtu.be/-XgNFLo5WO...
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