Can Video Games Be A Spiritual Experience? | Game/Show | PBS Digital Studios

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    Have you ever had an experience while gaming that was so transcendent, so powerful, that it could almost be described as spiritual? Whether you consider yourself a religious person or not, the feeling of cosmic connectedness can strike anyone.

    But is there something about videogames that lends to this elevated experience? Can they be more than merely a game? Watch the episode and find out!




    "Oh Damn!" by CJVSO

    "Digital Sonar" by Brink

    "Mindphuck" by Known To Be Lethal

    "After Hours"

    "Lakes" by Chooga

    "Beautiful Days" by Extan

    "Spectrum Subdiffusion Mix" by Foniqz

    "Good Way Song" by Electronic Rescue

    "Alice y Bob" by Javier Rubio and Parsec

    "Sleet" by Kubbi

    "Toaster" by Kubbi

    "Patriotic Songs of America" by New York Military Band and the American Quartet

    "Lets Go Back To The Rock" by Outsider

    "Run" by Outsider

    "Fame" by Statue of Diveo

    "Freedom Weekends" by Statue of Diveo


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