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Submitted by cmurdurr 784d ago | opinion piece

Gaming: The Bleeding Effect

Leviathyn.com | Having an interest is an important aspect of life and gaming has become one of the most common interests of this generation but what happens when things get a little out of hand? Ben showcases some of the most extreme examples of what he’s calling the “Bleeding Effect” of gaming. (Culture)

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