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Submitted by CaViE 952d ago | opinion piece

Having Mixed Feelings Is Okay

An opinion column via eGamer.co.za which asserts that having mixed feelings about a game is perfectly fine.

Quote: "The point to all of this is that of late it seems we gamers have become entirely incapable of treading a middle ground between liking and disliking something. This should not be confused with indifference, just like apathy should not be confused with ignorance. You do get indifferent gamers who simply don’t care about something, but you very rarely get gamers who both like and dislike something. At least, recently. " (Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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