From renowned (and prolific) videogame writer, Brendan Keogh, 'Killing is Harmless' takes videogames criticism to unexplored depths, revealing the dark connection between videogame players and their characters through the third-person shooter, Spec Ops: The Line, developed by Yager and published by 2K. Brendan Keogh effortlessly weaves long-form narrative journalism and academic criticism with references to popular culture, politics and sociology, raising questions about how we play videogames and the moral responsibilities (or lack thereof) of videogame players. 'Killing is Harmless: A Critical Reading of Spec Ops: The Line' is essential reading for those who think about videogames. And for those who want to.
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