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What The Good Place says about game design

The other shoe finally dropped on The Good Place. Finally, after nearly three seasons, the full horror of its premise alluded to from the first episode has been explicitly laid out: We’re all screwed. If you haven’t watched the show and plan to at some point, this is probably where you should stop reading, because I find that it’s one of the few stories that are actually enhanced by keeping some elements of their plots a surprise. Unfortunately, I can’t really avoid spoiling some of the major details if I want to talk about what I’m aiming to talk about,

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