It's like a walk in the park - On why are walking simulators so controversial

Transformacje 1 (3-4):241-263 (2016)
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The paper is devoted to controversies in computer games studies connected with game classification and characteristics. Controversies on walking simulators are discussed in depth; also historical roots of these games and their ergodicity.

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Pawel Grabarczyk
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