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Submitted by -Mezzo- 458d ago | opinion piece

Crying Because Of A Video Game Shouldn’t Feel Like Losing A Battle With It

Kotaku - "Did you cry?"

I ask it curiously, almost flippantly, whenever I talk to someone about the ending of The Walking Dead. (No worries, no spoilers about that here.) I'm not the only one that talks about the ending of The Walking Dead this way; crying, in its heartfelt sincerity has long been a (misguided) measure of the ultimate achievement for a video game. (Culture)

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