I am wondering why there is no games section on your site.
Aren't games like Go, majong, Chess, checkers, and others a form of philosophy?
It would really be great to partake in some online chess with you people sometime!:a-ok:
In many strategy games there are much philosophy, just a shame it's so hard to process to anything entertaining other than for the few interested in specific game.
I especially love reading the stories in the starcraft series. Am I wrong in thinking that the different strategies in strategy games are all due to philosophical ideas? Such as allowing players to expend thousand of troops all for the "good" of your purpose. Or to slowly try and insure the safety of all your resources and troops as another strategy for winning. To me that is what makes a game really fun is having multiple strategies that are all plausible and useful for "winning" the game. Also when the strategies are tied to philosophical ideas this adds a kind of deep and rewarding experience, whether it is comical, or serious.
PC RTS are on the other hand very attractive as a popular media, I have only played Age of Kings obsessivly, but also other RTS some. There are many celebreties in these RTS, one can mention SlayerS_`BoxeR` "the Terran Emperor".
Choosing and constructing tactics and strategies are heavily based on philosophy, one of the earliest and notorious philosopher are Sun Ztu.
nice, watching how those celebrities play starcraft is much different than how me and my brothers play at our lan parties. None of us are nearly as good as we play maybe once a year in a big tournament