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Submitted by ICC_06 625d ago | opinion piece

My secret shame: Honest gaming confessions

Michael Irving of MMGN: Forgive me readers, for I have sinned. Now I must confess, to avoid the burning pits of Gamer Hell, where torture is doled out in the form of mini-games, the cutscenes are unskippable, loading times are eternal and all the good games are next door, in Development Hell. (Culture)

iamnsuperman  +   625d ago
No shame about Half Life 3. I am not fussed either. I don't care how good valve is hype kills anything and always leads to disappointment. Also I have found storytelling and FPS has evolved quite a lot since Half Life 2.

I do like some motion control games to. Wii Sports is extremely fun. I do hope you don't like motion control games like the one pictured. That would be an extreme guilty pleasure
shadowmist13  +   625d ago
If this guy never played gta then he lives under a rock hahaha,but hey everyone has their own taste,and yes sonic sucks,it doesnt even look like a licensed game,it looks fong kong hahahaha.

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