Dads in games has become one of the more unexpected themes of 2010s gaming. From The Last Of Us's paternal grief-wailing, to being a hapless octopus father, to Dream Daddy's dad dating delightfulness, it's almost as if the industry has reached its late 30s and is trying to work out its feelings about how having children has affected its life. But here's a thing, male-dominated games industry: I'm pretty sure most of you had mums, too.
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