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Just like a daily multivitamin or a cup of tea, games have become a form of self-care for many individuals. In a fast-paced world filled with stress and anxiety, taking a break and indulging in a game can have a profound impact on one’s mental and emotional well-being.
Speaking of Power Plays! Michael Foucault and the Politics of Gamingbattle arena, battle Royal, bio shock, critical theory, fallout, French philosophy, French theory, game studies, games, History, Homestuck, language, literary, literary criticism, literature, Michael Foucault, mmo, mmorpg, mspadventures, mud, philosophical, philosophy, poet, power, reality, video games, writers life, Writing
These video games provide rich examples of the ways in which power and knowledge operate within different fictional worlds, and offer insight into how these forces shape the beliefs, behaviors, and relationships of the characters and players within them
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