Latest Homer in Silicon

My latest column is not about any specific game, but about the method that many games use lately, of creating friction between the apparent rules and the real ones, and requiring the player to question the system of play. It’s productive in a lot of cases, but it’s often put to the service of fairly dark messages.

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