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Submitted by X-Factor 1084d ago | opinion piece

The Evolution Of Gaming

Before you start to panic at the thought that this might be a lengthy dissertation on the history of video games and its social and cultural impact on society, take a breath and relax. This is merely, a dare I say, insightful observation that you may have a welcome opinion on. (Culture, Industry, Tech)

KingKelloggTheWH  +   1084d ago
Always like to look a t gaming history :D
MadMen  +   1084d ago
Yes Nostalgia, Merry Christmas
MestreRothN4G  +   1084d ago
I can't believe how simplistic and obvious this article is. Why would anyone post this?

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