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Submitted by Jayborino 718d ago | opinion piece

Evolution of the Multi-Faceted Gaming Hero

Twinfinite writes:

To commemorate heroism in gaming, I have decided to examine heroes of the past versus heroes of the present, what limitations contribute to their differences, why some heroes haven’t changed at all since their conception, and why a gaming hero does not need superpowers. STRAP IN! (Culture)

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