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Submitted by jdevl 977d ago | opinion piece

Gamer's Journey: Fighting Character Progression Obsession

Ethan Moses: "While I won't argue against the necessity of grinding and other character progression activities, I do question whether or not they have a negative effect on my gaming habits." (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Final Fantasy Tactics, PC, PS3, Red Dead Redemption, Retro, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Xbox 360)

SeekeroftheDawn  +   978d ago
Oh, how I loved Super Mario RPG! I could almost say it was the best Mario game ever made...almost.

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