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Comment: Re:Narrow selection of games (Score 1) 86

by miaC (#8422544) Attached to: Gaming Academia Gets More Mainstream Press
Actually my statement was taken out of context- I said at some times, cheating can ruin the experience of the game, which can include the time invested in gameplay. Actually I'm also interested in how and why players cheat, and have done so myself on different occasions. I also think that game researchers and game developers can learn from each other- I know quite a few researchers going to GDC in a few weeks (including myself, where I also spoke last year on a panel), and many more that would LOVE to go if it wasn't so darn expensive. I'd agree that early game researchers gave games a bad name with the focus on violence, and lack of actual play experience, but I think the tide is turning for the better.

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