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Role Playing (Games) Your Rights Online

Online Game Event Sparks Player Riot 758

Posted by Zonk
from the teppy-whatchoo-doin? dept.
Grimwell Online is carrying a story entitled When does an Online Game go too far?. It details a post to a news group about a world event in the newly released A Tale in the Desert 2. The online game, which simulates an ancient Egyptian culture, was full of angry players after a developer-run event used openly discriminatory language against the female gender. Details on the event can be found at the ATITD2 Wiki, and commentary can be found on TerraNova.
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