PBS Game/Show asks if cheaters like Arthur Chu make games better

We generally think of cheating at games as a capital offense, worthy of server bans, account suspensions, and having your opponent quickly and decisively press the reset button. But it’s not as cut and dry as you may think. In last week’s PBS Game/Show, Jamin examines the various types of cheaters and comes to the unlikely conclusion that, in the long run, they actually help designers make better games. I tried using the same logic with my significant other, but no dice.

Check out the new episode below, and tell us what you think in the comments.