By Whiskey Ginger
Since the days of Atari, our engagement with games hasn’t fundamentally changed. It’s always been about some combination of keyboard/mouse or controller and peripherals. Immersion, in essence, is limited by our inability to engage directly with our in-game avatars. It’s a clearly defined logistical 4th wall that ultimately takes you out of the experience on some level. This, however, is quickly changing.
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