Submitted by aristogamer 1004d ago | opinion piece

Why the holiday season is frustrating for gamers

The holiday season, though usually joyful, can oftentimes be frustrating for gamers. Most triple-A titles come out in the three months spanning late October to January. We investigate why this is and suggest some solutions for gamers and publishers alike. (Culture)

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