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Submitted by Tom_T 309d ago | opinion piece

Think Entertainment End-of-Summer Gaming Series: A Moment of Reflection

"For seven years, we’ve enjoyed gaming on the Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. All of these consoles were revolutionary in their time and brought us into a vastly connected world of gaming. These consoles, particularly the Xbox 360, also brought video games to the forefront of popular culture among young adults. Gaming is no longer a cult hobby, but something to be enjoyed by all. The results of this have elicited mixed feelings, but there’s no denying the irrevocable changes these consoles and their developers have made. Now, with the next generation looming on the horizon, it is with a bit of melancholic nostalgia – and some scathing criticism – that the Think-Entertainment team takes a moment to say farewell." (Microsoft, Nintendo, PS3, Sony, Wii, Xbox 360)

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