Bresson’s “A Man Escaped”
The same way realism in movies showed details of everyday life and reality ( such as for instance Bresson’s “A Man Escaped”) with real scenery, unknown actors and minimal technics, Galloway feels that
“realist games as those games that reflect critically on the minutiae of everyday life”. Thus we see games like “911 Survivor”, ” Waco Resurrection” and “Kuma’s War”
So we see social realism in games “modeled around real events” in “Special Force” and “Under Ashes” where the game creates anti-Israeli battles for Palestinians similar to “America’s Army” but more realistic by the fact that the scenarios are created by those who feel oppressed.
Personally, I don’t feel that this type of game is beneficial to children or to anyone for that matter. It only incites hate and can only make things worse in the Middle East.