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Content Warning: Graphic Violence
Violence lies at the heart of the Western tradition. Rage is an essential part of human nature, one that literature, art, and games can help us explore in healthy ways. It gives us an outlet to cool down and helps us address the question of whether violence can be directed to a good cause, like saving the world or freeing people from oppression. There's value in that, but there's no value in sadistic games like Hatred. These games revel in the pain we cause to others, crossing the line from violence to cruelty. These games have every right to be made, and calls for a ban would be misdirected, but they have no right to be rewarded for exploiting cruelty to create sensation. Do not buy them. Do not glorify them. Do not mistake sadism for expression.
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