Games, Time, Purity and Not Caring What Anyone Thinks Anymore


“But if there’s one thing that I’ve learned this year from the utter bullshit that I’ve witnessed and my own self-examinations of what I play and why, it’s this: I don’t care anymore what people think. I like what I like—often smaller, less sprawling games that focus on character and story—and I don’t particularly have any interest in being skeptical of that anymore. And since time is nothing if not precious, I don’t have another minute to spare worrying whether or not it makes someone skeptical of me.” Read more from Laura Hudson at Slate.


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