Is the rapid rise to stardom of 'gamification' (disregarding the fact that it's been used as an engagement mechanic for many years) likely to result in it becoming all too generic? I see a world where it is a) used by many, b) understood by few, and, as a result, c) lacking in any real impact in terms of deep, sustained engagement.
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