Orwell: Ignorance is Strength Review

Games focusing on politicized subject matter run the risk of alienating their players by taking polarizing stands, yes, but also by tackling an issue so nascent that its real-world developments outpace the game’s tone, mechanics, and messages, rendering them inert or, worse, irrelevant. The most successful political games, like Papers, Please or This War of Mine focus more on building experiences with intentional atmosphere and refined, mechanical conceits that focus on personal outcomes....

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