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You Can’t Separate Politics from Video Games

Last week’s discussions surrounding NFL players kneeling during the national anthem has many people saying the same thing: keep politics out of football. Some articles have risen stating that football has always been involved with politics. In fact, this is true of all arts and entertainment, and video games are no exception.

Video games often comes under fire because of their graphic violence and unique modes of interactivity that differ from other mediums. This article was written before the tragic shooting in Las Vegas this past weekend. However, we believe that by looking at two case studies specific to video games, we will be better equipped for this conversation later on down the road.

For today, we’re going to take a look at two recent developments that demonstrate how keeping politics separated from video games is impossible.

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Danny O’Dwyer Crowdfunds Video Game Documentary Series

Games personality and videographer Danny O’Dwyer recently left Gamespot and launched a Patreon campaign to help fund Noclip, a  series of short-form documentaries about video games, the “30 for 30 of video games”, as he says. As of this article, $14,685/month of the requested $15,000/month has been funded and the Patreon only launched yesterday. Continue reading Danny O’Dwyer Crowdfunds Video Game Documentary Series