Story-driven games, and degrees of freedom in games are covered. Is a choose your own adventure interactive story really a "game"? How about puzzle games that are heavily biased towards a cutscene-based story?
Is there a good way to classify or categorize games? Our hosts start to talk about this but do not come to any conclusions.
The way games deal with suspension of disbelief, either elegantly or poorly, is reviewed and the team wraps up with a summary of EvE Online for Jim.
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