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Submitted by Phil32 521d ago | opinion piece

Great Games to Soothe the Stress Away

SuperPhillip Central writes, "Did you know that this month is Stress Awareness Month? Did you also know that today is Stress Awareness Day? If not, then you can see that SuperPhillip Central is also a great source of learning and entertainment. To go along with Stress Awareness Day, SuperPhillip Central has a list of games that are nice and relaxing for players. These are titles and series that are soothing, will lower your blood pressure, and will put you in a nice state of comfort as opposed to raising your stress level." (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Brain Age: Concentration Training, Crosswords Plus, Culture, Flower, GameCube, Minecraft, Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360)

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