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  • Atari’s gay pride parade simulator
  • Atari’s gay pride parade simulator
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Atari’s gay pride parade simulator

From the subtle hints at bisexuality from GTA V protagonist Trevor Philips to the option to date both men and women in Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, gaming is increasingly considering LGBT players. Atari is contributing its own game to the movement with gay pride social-sim Pridefest.

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