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Submitted by TheMrFraz 586d ago | opinion piece

Why Can’t We All Have Fun?

When his coworker admitted to "feeling bad" for not liking The Hobbit, Gamers Association editor Luke Frazier was immediately reminded of the rampant negativity that goes around the gaming industry when individuals meet opposing opinions. Because it doesn't have to be this way, Luke asks, "Why can't we all have fun?" (Culture)

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