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Submitted by The_Wolf 1106d ago | opinion piece

5 Games To Change The Pace

eGamer writes: "Every now and then I’ll get this “ants in my pants” feel while playing some of the games I love. What I usually do is stop playing games for a short while and focus on a book or something of the like. It’s not necessarily the game’s fault (never, actually), rather me being over-saturated by gaming. I may be playing the most fun military shooter on the planet, but it’s just me not enjoying myself.

I went to investigate and found the following deduction; I’m playing too many serious games. They require too much thought and don’t have that “feel good” factor you need every now and then. (Don’t get me wrong, the more a game makes me think, the better. I’m just not able to enjoy them to the fullest, if they are indeed the only games I’m playing.)

If you’re not quite the bookworm or movie-bug, and still need gaming as a rule; I might be able to help…" (Culture)

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