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Now it is time to look for their exact opposite: The coziest, most calm, most peaceful places to hang out. Places that focus more on the relaxed atmosphere, the music, and advancing the game’s story, rather than getting our characters in trouble.
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Journalists in video games are as diverse and wide ranging as journalists in the real world. Some are action reporters, others prefer to sit down with their subjects and chat. The common thread that ties them all together is their search for the truth. This truth depends on their skills as an observer and actions as a reporter. Good journalism in video games is about how a character develop a story. And there are a few characters here who have epic stories to tell.