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Submitted by The_Wolf 920d ago | opinion piece

Pacing, Puzzles And Aliens

"With the prospect of a “New Year” already feeling like it’s part of some archive within a secret government filing cabinet, neatly encased underground, the year of 2013 is already going full swing like there is no tomorrow. For all we know, there is no definite tomorrow. Gaming receiving less time than it deserves makes some unhappy pandas in the dull wasteland of everyday life.

One tries to game as much as possible, whether there be success or none at all, life goes on.

We may feel the need to rush through a game, wanting to know the next story aspect or perhaps a true motivation to unfold, but you’ll very often find a game demanding you to slow down and think a bit more than one usually does." (Culture)

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