Point of Contention: The Joy of Discovery

As I discussed last week, a number of factors in games can lead to endless splurges, often at the cost of personal health. Of course, I’ll always be one to recommend a policy of moderation with everything. But that doesn’t mean that I haven’t broken that code every now and …

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Point of Contention: Gaming’s Grip

It’s a troubling topic, game addiction. Certainly discussed before by perhaps more eloquent voices, this is a topic that in some way or another affects a large number of people. Often it does so in varying ways, making my job summarizing any points about it rather difficult. Even still, there’s …

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Point of Contention: Morality as Told by Games

This week, as we honor the past, look to the future, and operate in the present, I thought it appropriate to discuss the validity of moral systems in games. No, this post will not argue that games and the act of playing are inherently moral or immoral. Let’s instead look …

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