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Submitted by xtheownerzx 732d ago | opinion piece

The Scavenger in All of Us

GamerFitNation: One of the earliest human means of survival was to scavenge. Scavenging provided almost everything a person had in times of old, and even carried through to later periods of history. People even scavenge certain things today, making it one of the simplest human traits to stay with people. It was a necessity, and the means of doing so was the difference between living a week and living a month. With all this in mind, is scavenging in video games a way to advance, or is it simply a human trait that has yet to leave us from olden times? Do we all have a part of us that remains a scavenger? (Borderlands 2, Fallout 3, PS3, Xbox 360)

urwifeminder  +   732d ago
Lol fallout series I left the underground went outside and quit ha too many conversations and fetch quests for me to endure.

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