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Submitted by Jonmau5 868d ago | opinion piece

[Play Vault Asks:] Who Remembers Wargames?

Play Vault:

"Let me take you on a journey through time and space…or just as far back as May 1998 when a little game called Wargames was released for the Playsation One. I have such fond memories of this game because I would play it for hours upon hours at a time with my brother and with my dad. Some games, no matter how good, should never be replayed or returned to because I believe that the memory of the time you spent with them is much more important than revisiting an old game, with old technology and risk tarnishing the memories you had and the fun you originally had with the game. For this edition of Who Remembers…? I will not be replaying and revisiting the game, but explaining what the game is and fondly remembering it." (Retro, Wargames Defcon 1)

Smurf1  +   868d ago
Very nice opinion piece. I never played this game though.

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