In The Transfer Formative Power of Video Games, Herman Narula observes “If you bring together that many people, the kind of shared experience that creates. I mean I think it exercise a social muscle in us that we have lost and forgotten. But going beyond that, I want to think about what it means for relationships, for identity…We can go from a single identity to a diverse set of identities. I think games can really create an opportunity for us to empathize again. To have shared adversity and shared opportunity.”