thread: 2012-06-11 : Ask a Frequent Question

On 2012-07-16, Josh W wrote:

I don't really agree with that summary of Dogs either, but mainly because the value of saying "every game has its' own creative agenda" is nullified by saying "and it is encompassed by two small paragraphs that deal with the surface features of the game".

Blah blah, multiple levels, emphasised patterns of change, social contract etc.

Keep the quality elements, the positive definition, and the depth of consideration of the game as a social event, habit etc, even if the family categorising is less important.


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