GameDaily talks with Nick Suttner about the constantly shifting game market and why indies need to find their champions.
"I think the rebellion [that] video games needs now is one of caring." - Ken Wong
Games don't have to be escapist fantasies. They can tackle important issues like mental illness or sexual assault with respect and help elicit empathy, say Jean Leggett and Gabriella Lowgren.
The Geogrify CEO and former executive director of the International Game Developers Association advocates for inclusivity, unions and explains how one person with 'righteous rage' can make a difference. (Image: The Seattle Times)