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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 566d ago | opinion piece

How Rayman Origins Changed My View of Gaming

TMG: For a number of years, gaming was a fairly serious affair. I would enjoy a game, even have a ton of fun but I would still be fairly serious when I played almost any of them. Most of the games I played were “gritty” shooters or adventure games and most didn’t have any real senses of “fun” about them. Sure, occasionally I’d play a Deadly Premonition or a Psychonauts but eventually gaming was just not a ton of fun for me. (PS3, Rayman Origins, Xbox 360)

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