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‘Animal Crossing’ Isn’t Just a Game — It’s a Political Platform

Activists have started to use the game to protest more than Tom Nook’s predatory loans

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For years, we have been debating whether or not video games lead to increased violence, and after decades of research, we’re still not entirely sure. But as the 2020 U.S. election looms, a much more urgent…

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