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    • CommentAuthorDrax
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2009
     (5694.1)
    Wondered what people thought about this:

    Gray

    Generally a bit suspicious of games made to make a point (they can be a little pretentious) but I quite liked this one. My thoughts about it below, hidden as I suggest you give it a go first:

    Personally I thought the idea was that as you progressed with the argument, your character had moments of "enlightenment" switching your perspective. Finally you come down in the middle seeing the sense of both sides. However as you no longer have a strongly sided argument people refuse to listen.

    The comments on Jay is Games have a couple of different ideas, how about you?
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      CommentAuthorPaladine
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2009
     (5694.2)
    Very nice interpretation. I like yours better than mine, which was similar:

    People can be swayed from one extreme position to another, but try and convince them with moderate positions, and you have no chance.
    • CommentAuthorDrax
    • CommentTimeApr 29th 2009
     (5694.3)
    @Paladine

    Cheers, although yours is essentially the same point just far more succinctly put.
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    Yeah except in real life the half-white, half-black dude ends up president