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Make Life More Fun, By Treating it Like a Video Game

The mainstream public is so concerned with video games. Why? Because they’re fun. My 8 year old spends hours creating worlds in Minecraft but won’t do his homework, how can I make homework more fun? My teenage son is addicted to Fortnite and won’t get a job, how can I make getting a job more fun? My husband ignores me for hours to play Overwatch, how can I make our relationship more fun.

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The Sexualisation of Bayonetta is Fine… With the Right Context – Feature

Context is incredibly important in video games. Without it, great games would become vulgar, derogatory and violent without any actual need for it. Bayonetta is the latest victim of this issue.

A piece by Quiet Stories Lead Writer, Chris Bowring.

https://www.goombastomp.com/the-sexualisation-of/