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DragonRouge said:
Games about mythologies other than norse, greek and judeo-christian..

Assassin's Creed Origins digs into Egyptian mythology, doesn't it?

You said  not enough representation, not no representation at all.



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Paperboy_J said:

Why has nobody tried to make a fast-running character to rival Sonic? I'd love to see a different take on that concept.

Some Rayman Origin & Legends levels are quite fast.

https://youtu.be/T1OO_IVuvx8?t=10m51s



None of those things contribute to the making of games. Why do they deserve representation.



Rayban99 said:
None of those things contribute to the making of games. Why do they deserve representation.

I thought maybe they'd add some extra variety to the mainstream gaming community, even if you'd have to do some artistic license to make it more exciting.



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CaptainExplosion said:

I've noticed that, out of the nearly endless video games released to this day, there are some things that haven't really gotten much representation in video game form.

I don't know of any notable games about sumo wrestling, lacrosse, badminton, midget car racing, being a teacher, psychiatry or wine making. If anyone here knows of specific games about any of those, please tell me.

What are some subjects/topics that you don't think have had their own video games, or at least not many game about them?

Video games are tailored to what gamers want to experience. It has nothing to do with representation.



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