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Submitted by JimmyJames70 854d ago | opinion piece

A Bad of Night of Gaming

Mike Rohde of GoozerNation writes, "Usually, I have a lot of fun gaming, that’s why I do it. Gaming is a relaxing, rewarding, challenging, experience all rolled up in one nice package. And actively playing a game is far better than passively watching a movie. But there are games, and evenings, that go straight into the toilet due to extremely frustrating events." (Culture, LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, XCOM: Enemy Unknown)

kube00  +   854d ago
Aliens Colonial Marines is like that, or it will just put you to sleep.
JimmyJames70  +   854d ago
That's one game I'm not even going to try.
camel_toad  +   854d ago
Lesson to be learned: Always have multiple saves when possible.

I didn't lose a single soldier or a single country on my first play through thanks to being an OCD multiple save file freak.
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