The game, created by artist Luc Bernard, places players in the role of a young boy in Eastern France who uses his imagination to escape the horrors of war during the German occupation of World War II.
"We have not even discussed [Imagination] with Nintendo as of yet," the spokesperson said.
you had to have known it was coming folks.
Videogames can be an excellent medium to educate players, particularly children, about topics that might be too dry or overwhelming for them to learn another way. Given the alarming number of people who believe the Holocaust to be a hoax, Bernard's game seems like an especially good idea.
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