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Submitted by JamieSI 838d ago | article

How My Granddad's Death Brought Me Back To Gaming

From Strategyinformer.com: "My grandfather died aged 90 in May 2012. It was the first experience of death I’ve had as an adult. I didn’t know what to do – was I supposed to be strong for my family; should I cry? How about just staring blankly whenever someone gave me condolences?" (Diablo III, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

r21  +   838d ago
God, i cant imagine what i'll do when i lose someone in my family. sorry for your loss man and welcome back to gaming. great read btw.
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