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Patrick Klepek: I saw Where The Wild Things Are tonight. Depending on what your childhood was like, Where The WIld Things Are will affect you in different ways. It reminded me of what it was like to become the person I am today. It reminded me of my awkward phases, the times I didn't feel accepted, the times I wondered "why doesn't anyone else get it?" And, as you understand what that really means, you learn from it. I can't think of a video game that's ever tapped into my emotions how Where The Wild Things Are did. There's even a game based on the movie, but like you might expect, it's your standard action adventure platformer thing. But I wonder if people event want these emotions from games. Are emotionally charged games going to be like motion games? "Dude, I just want to play a game."