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Submitted by -Mezzo- 655d ago | article

For the Pokéfan

Gi - I am not the sentimental type; I get rid of most things easily when their time has passed: clothes, toys, furniture, etc. When something is no longer used or breaks, it is time to go unless I can fix it with all my MacGyver skills. One of my few exceptions to this rule is games, particularly Pokémon games. Now, don’t get me wrong, I can delete that save file once it’s completed with only a few minutes of (deep) though, but getting to relive each game over and over again is one of the joys of the franchise I revel in. (Culture, Pokemon)

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