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Submitted by crock7owu10 748d ago | news

Gamers do not have a problem with reality, reality disrupts their immersion

Anyone who has experienced a great role-playing game knows the type of involvement and connection a person feels with the world in the game, and recent research suggests this is not a cause of the game. (Industry, Tag Invalid, World of Warcraft)

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