WhatsGud2 karma2013-06-04 13:20:14 UTC
Are they always very specific in what they want you to do or is it ever like 'make him into a zombie' and you can use your expertise to make them look however you think looks best?
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WhatsGud1 karma2014-11-12 17:23:43 UTC
How many times have people called you Dave Salami by mistake or laziness?
WhatsGud1 karma2015-05-01 16:31:54 UTC
There's a lot of truth in that first point. I've learned so much about myself from video games based on decisions made in more story-driven games with distinct good/evil options, as well as in multiplayer games with how I work with a team and interact with 'enemy' players
WhatsGud1 karma2015-05-01 17:25:56 UTC
WhatsGud1 karma2015-05-01 16:23:10 UTC
Have there been any findings on the benefits of competition from playing multiplayer games? You mentioned in another answer that games such as Halo can be educational if they lead to intelligent conversations after playing, but can the same be said about just playing the games in general?
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