Our reporter this week shared an interesting article about a popular video game, Bendy and the Ink Machine. This game is set in the 1920s and on the surface appears to be a "survival horror" game, where gamers play through chapters or bone chilling content. However, as you work through the layers of the game, the characters and plot reveal a much deeper meaning that mirrors the writers' experiences. Turns out, designing video games is a lot harder than you might think and mirrors the harsh reality of real life.
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