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Submitted by mattc125 696d ago | opinion piece

Gamer Loyalties: Can’t We Have Free Love?

One More Level asks the question, "Can we ever get over console and franchise loyalties and be friends?" with an open forum for discussion. (Culture, Tag Invalid, Tech)

NYC_Gamer  +   696d ago
Diehards are like cult members that run around and worship one brand as their higher power/life source.....They ruin gaming and other things in life by being so argumentative/protective....
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