I am illiterate when it comes to gaming. That is a sentence that I never thought I would utter.
Since the early 00’s, where I spent my afternoons after school slumped in front of the TV, learning all the shortcuts in Crash Team Racing, to that blurry decade where I played every PS2 and PS3 game under the sun, I have lived and breathed games. However, after the first lesson of #DIGC310 a horrifying thought entered my mind; I don’t have the grasp on the modern game industry that I thought I did.
Why? Because I was caught in the digital trap.
An average primary school afternoon summarised in one image.
Not only have I been exclusively a digital gamer (in the past I have found it very hard to get into board games), but I have been a console digital gamer, which is even more niche. That’s like…
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