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Submitted by The_Wolf 603d ago | opinion piece

The Gaming Industry Taking A Break

"We all enjoy a break every now and then.

I must admit, it may appear rather impatient when I’m talking about a holiday or mini-vacation, seeing how it is only February.

I had the idea about someone sitting in a park, having a lovely picnic while one troublesome bee disturbs him or her every few minutes or so. Perhaps after a few futile attempts, the bee will abandon the smidgen of hope it had and return to the hive empty handed.

This person can be anyone. It can be a relative. Perhaps a friend? Maybe just an acquaintance.

Let’s imagine this person literally being the gaming industry." (Culture)

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