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Submitted by 32froshes 1008d ago | opinion piece

How I (Almost) Lost Faith in Videogames

GeekParty writes: "The church was dark, but that wasn’t unexpected at this early hour. My geeky brethren hate the burning daystar, and thus, that was the time I chose to make my appearance. The sunlight streamed through the stained glass, making images of Link and Zelda, of Luigi and Daisy, of Master Chief and Commander Shepard, light up in fantastical ways." (Culture, Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, Final Fantasy X-2)

Godmars290  +   1008d ago
Being a light SHMUP/heavy JRPG fan in a post FPS/FFXIII world, my faith is pretty much gone too.
astrobrights  +   1008d ago
I'm not a fan of the trends that have grown this generation.

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