The Sunday Papers

Sunday’s are for being mildly optimistic about the future for a few short hours. Before something bad happens, let’s read this week’s best writing about games (and game related things!)

For The Baffler, Noah Caldwell-Gervais wrote about games that employ repetition, both cynically and transformatively.

Ed Zitron wrote about shareholder supremacy, nihilistic capitalism, and the legacy of Jack Welch. It’s a massive read, but well worth it if, like me, you lack the words and historical context to articulate why these things make you angry. I’m still going to refuse to elaborate on my “men in suits bad” stance, though, because it annoys people.

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