Associate Prof. Bryan Carr (Communication) recommends the Yakuza video games in the second installment of Random Encounter on CAHSS and Effect. Carr writes “in the grand arc of video game history, we are at the point where obscurity is now a relative concept—since distribution has exponentially improved and online chatter has talked up even the most bizarre concepts and franchises to a pseudo-mainstream level—but there are still series that are so uniquely committed to carving out their own specific corner of the medium that they’ll never quite hit the heights of a Call of Duty or Super Mario, but are absolutely still worth your time and energy. With that in mind, you should play the Yakuza games.” Read the rest of his recommendation here.
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