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Submitted by jdevl 1045d ago | opinion piece

Gaming Connoisseur: When Death in Games Mattered

In an effort to make games less frustrating, the impact of dying in a video game is starting to get lost and Cole Monroe wants it all to mean something again. (Dark Souls, DayZ, Final Fantasy VI, Halo: Combat Evolved, PC, PS3, Retro, Super Mario Bros., Super Meat Boy, The Last Story, Xbox 360)

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