Which Game Taught You Something Valuable?
It’s a Monday morning, I’m barely conscious and the rest of the team are barely sentient. Why am I taxing your brain with philosophical questions? I don’t know, that’s something to ponder another day.
Games, for all their violence and entertainment value can teach us a lot about human interaction or the world around us or even something about ourselves. Outlast showed me that I am every bit as frightened as the rest of you when a naked maniac wielding a machete is approaching in the dark.
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BioShock taught me that the worst monsters still have some humanity in them through listening to conversations between Splicers.
inFamous helped me learn that it’s always more fun to be bad.
I could go on but what we really want to do is hear what you have to say.
Which game taught you something valuable and what was it?
Welcome to Meaningful Mondays.