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Submitted by ChaosKnight 1083d ago | article

The Dreamcast: It's (Got Me) Thinking.

The Dreamcast played an integral role in my development not just as a gamer, but as a person. That’s a weighty proclamation, I know, but it’s not an idea I throw around without forethought. So if you will, bear with me for a few paragraphs while I explain how a simple video game system helped me understand myself and the human condition at large. (Culture, Retro)

sway_z  +   1083d ago
I can understand the nostalgia and affinity with Sega Dreamcast...but to say it can change your life is Barmy!

These (consoles) are inanimate objects, they have no purpose other than to pass time. The only way I can see this great hobby of ours changing lives is in extreme cases of therapy e.g. muscular/neural development in patients or becoming addicted and losing your wife/girlfriend/social life.

This article is a pointless rant over a bye gone era...

Absolute drivel !!
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