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I am doing two talks over the next two days (or if you are in India? Over tomorrow)
If you want to see me talk then make a date now!
Videogames, Religion and Morality
Female Protagonists within Videogames
Bit more light than the other sessions, but I was meant to be busy today.
Come say hello!
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July 22, 2013 at 10:19 AM (UTC 5.5)
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Hi Avi, Just wanted to say I really enjoyed your input, particularly your personal anecdote about Spec Ops: The Line. I just finished it a couple days ago (got it on summer sale) and it shook me up despite never having been near a war zone. If you’ve got anything more to say on the subject I, for one, would be happy to read it.
July 22, 2013 at 2:52 PM (UTC 5.5)
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