Just because we have the technology to do this doesn’t mean we have to do it.
“The issue with “virtual reality” as a term isn’t the virtual part, it’s the reality part.”
“A Normal Lost Phone is an immersive experience because it does feel like you’re snooping about in an abandoned phone most times.”
“Minor but illogical details, like how my poor mum couldn’t afford a bed while I had an entire room to myself, were inconsequential to my eight-year-old self.”
Watch Dogs 2 has an identity crisis. One part game, one part warning for the future, it sends a confused message that suffers for its interactivity.
“Emily is not a person but rather a toy to be played with, and in a game that deals with issues of consent and exploitation, this is especially heinous.”