Author: Daniel J. Kim

Video games seem to be undergoing constant evolution these days: groundbreaking advances in VR, professional esports players becoming banned due to hate-speak (heck, professional esports players existing in the first place is still an unbelievable concept to much of the non-gamer public), and genre-expanding concepts that push games into artistic explorations of 3D space , grief, poverty, and race, to name a few. On top of it all, representation within video games is increasing, with more diverse, leading characters (e.g. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which has a black South African as one of its main characters) and expanding character-customization options…

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