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An Important Part Of Video Games Happens Offscreen, In Our Imaginations

In 2008, Dear Esther asked players to do more than just press buttons on a controller. The game ask them to use their imagination to build a personal narrative. Eight years later, contemporary titles like Hitman and Mafia III are also catching on to the value of imaginative play. Read more...
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