In the past year, a wave of gaming consoles have arrived.
These games can be as addictive and sophisticated as a high-end game, but unlike their real-life counterparts, they are designed to be accessible to everyone.
And for that, we should be grateful.
The video game industry is a multi-billion-dollar industry, and as a result, we have to get used to seeing it in a more diverse and inclusive way.
That means that when we see video games marketed to minorities, women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, and so on, we need to be able to see ourselves in those games as well.
So how can we make gaming more inclusive?
First, we can’t forget that there are many different types of gamers.
Many of these games are marketed to a specific group of people.
There are also different types for everyone.
Some games feature different modes or difficulty levels, while others are set up to be difficult.
Some of these types of games can even have unique themes that are more focused on the theme of the game than the gameplay.
This diversity in game design allows us to make the games we love more accessible and enjoyable for all of our different personalities.
For instance, we are all gamers for different reasons.
Some love playing strategy games, while some prefer games like Settlers of Catan, or other classic board games.
We also like to see diverse characters in our games.
For example, the female protagonist in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is the first female lead in a video game in over 30 years.
We’re all gamers, but there are also players who prefer a less-comprehensive and less-intense experience.
And just like any other media, it’s important to give games the chance to be as inclusive as possible.
There’s no point making a game if there’s not room for everyone to participate.
The best way to encourage diversity in games is to give players the tools to make their own games.
So what games can we expect to see on the big screen in 2017?
I hope you find this list of diverse games interesting and inspiring!
We’re looking forward to seeing the next installment of The Hollywood Reporter’s video game coverage in 2017.
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