Saturday 20th July, 2013
10:00pm to 11:00pm
Religion and morality systems in video games are often grossly oversimplified, to the point where choices are entirely binary and you’re often forced, as a gamer, to do things that you might otherwise find appalling, like working in service of a god or gods. How are these heady topics handled in the slowly-maturing video game industry? Who’s already doing this stuff right? How can these topics’ treatment be improved?
Skeptic, gamer, computer geek, intersectional feminist, atheist, asshole, Freethought Blogger, and damn good looking to boot. Now in the US. How weird is THAT? bio from Twitter
Atheist nano-celebrity in Austin. MS in Software Engineering. Lover of online games, politics, and other things that require strategy. bio from Twitter
Scientist.Blogger.Geek.Atheist.Activist.Prochoice.Humanist.Optimist.Ever-Aspiring Skeptic. Wifey, daughter, sister. I love to learn something new every day! bio from Twitter
Atheism, feminism, gay rights, minority rights, young adult literature, mass media, culture, the oxford comma, the ukulele, and surviving getting a doctorate.
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