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Submitted by dvewlsh 478d ago | opinion piece

Love, Divorce and Video Games

ContinueEnd.com's Gary LaPlante tells the story of how video games became something that he loves dearly and how it got him through rough times as a child. It shows the positive side that games can have and how games make a positive effect on some gamers. (Culture, Gran Turismo 3: A Spec, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Ratchet and Clank)

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