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Submitted by lightwarrior179 619d ago | opinion piece

Independence Day Special: Top Indian Moments in Video Games

It is said video games can make one forget the real world, because in a flash one can teleport from Paris to Machu Pichu, traverse the Great Wall of China or stop an alien invasion in New York. There is so much to do, so much of world tour at stake, that at times, video games show us a better rendition of our times. It can unite people from around the globe, divide them based on their squad. But what if, amidst a video game, you were to take a road trip to India? Or meet fellow Indians on the way? My Indian jaw drops every time there comes a moment deep rooted in my India. Because I’m a strong gamer, and an even stronger citizen of this country. Let’s hit the road that none have taken so far, celebrating the Top Indian Moments in Video Games, in an Independence Day Exclusive: (Hitman 2, PC, PS3, Street Fighter, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Xbox 360)

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