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Set in a dystopian post-Brexit Britain, a new video game follows the struggles of a bouncer of foreign ancestry in a world of xenophobia and immigrant camps, but gamers are divided over its message. The grim vision of the future played out in "Not Tonight," which has a funereal version of "God Save the Queen" as its theme tune, reflects the fears of its creator Tim Constant, who developed the game over 18 months as part of a three-man team.For Olivier Mauco, the founder of the gaming website Game in Society and a professor at Sciences Po university in Paris, bringing politics into the gaming world can be useful.Some users criticized the political message.For the small team behind the game, Brexit has already had real consequences.
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