World of WarCraft, Anonymity, and Invisible Rings

Ninja Looter

Time for a little venting. I play a lot of World of WarCraft. Like the Internet in general, a person can act like a total jerk or fool without the issues of reputation. In other words, anonymity provides particularly poor players, both in skill and attitude, to infiltrate your group…

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Violence and Video Games (Part 1)

The approach Naughty Dog has adopted for The Last of Us sets the game apart from its predecessors, but it isn’t alone in its style. A surprising number of games on the horizon seem to have latched onto a similar philosophy of lending gravity to the violence so casually integrated…

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