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Submitted by -Mezzo- 786d ago | opinion piece

10 Gaming Moments To Make You Cry

WC - While it’s socially acceptable to cry at films given how ingrained they are in the general popular culture, the same cannot really be said for video games yet; if you tell your average Joe that a game managed to reduce you to a gibbering wreck, you’re liable to be met with sneers and ridicule. However, the Nintendo Wii has in the last few years made gaming more accessible to the average punter, and this combined with the more cinematic, immersive storytelling styles we’re getting used to means that video games are reaching an all-time emotional high, where they are finally becoming able to compete with the gravitas present in great works of cinema. (Culture)

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