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Reason Magazine Seeks Libertarian Gamers/ Games

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Viquire, Mar 27, 2014.

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    Oh, I am fairly sure that Idyllic has very little to do with it. Just think on how relieved we all were when Captain Planet got off the screen and the kids he had done the borg meld with reappeared. Poor kids.

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    Speaking of, I get earth, fire, wind, water. Heart? Heart, really? The Aquaman of the Captain Planet series.

    Anyway, I think most sandboxy MMOs tend toward libertarian. Did Lord British ever collect taxes? Did he even care when we killed dozens of escorts? And who do I contact if my neighbor opens a brothel?

    The exception is crime-focused sandboxes, like Grand Theft Auto or Saints Row.
     
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