Hours of childhood play can sow the seeds of enduring fascinations
Let’s face it. The miracle of life is no miracle. Between the panting, moaning and unintentional defecating on newborns, many onlookers ask: “Why? What is this?” And it’s true. Nobody wants to see spurts of blood and amniotic fluid gush out of gaping holes while suffering medical staff rush to clean the mucinous and swollen…
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The very foundations of modern video games are questioned by The Stanley Parable, writes Jeff Wong.
Joshua Krook reviews Prison Architect.
Videogames, by definition, have always had an element of choice within them. After all, interactivity separates games from other, more passive forms of entertainment. But what is extraordinary is the recent advent of games incorporating choice into their narratives and character arcs in order to say something meaningful either about the human condition, the wider…