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The Idealistic World of Videogame Pacifists

". . . playing as a peaceful monk served to further highlight what I was, in actuality, doing: . . . merely playing a game."
 
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Mass-Effect-2-PS3

Why Side Quests Matter

"Sometimes it feels like I'm stuck in a side-quest, forever collecting bear pelts for inn keepers when I should be hunting dragons."

 
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Sacellum_of_Boethiah
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Skyrim’s Personal Deities

When games take on religion, it is usually from a cultural standpoint. Games like Fallout, Dragon Age, or Red Dead Redemption tackle religion’s influence on culture but they don’t actually tell us much about any par...
 
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throat of the world
throat of the world

Skyrim as Religious Experience

Mist pours out from the many cascades of a majestic mountain river, steam hovers over the water in the river’s calmer places, and the wind blows drifts of snow across my path. Before me stands “The Throat of the Wor...