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Submitted by RandomManA 545d ago | opinion piece

How You Don't Know Jack Relieved My Depression

Aaron from Leviathyn.com has been having a rough go of things lately, and his unlikely hero is You Don't Know Jack, a game that regularly insults him. ( You Don’t Know Jack, Retro)

AztecFalcon  +   545d ago
This game always makes me laugh. The things they say and the way the questions are posed are top notch.
cmurdurr  +   545d ago
Great piece.
fonzii  +   544d ago
Awesome read. I'm glad video games can still have this effect on people. I'm tired of the media saying video games lead to depression, when it helps so many out from their darkest places. A great example is right here. Great article!

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