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Submitted by WonsAuto 568d ago | opinion piece

Gamer Mondays: Unwavering Corporate Loyalty

"We all love things. Things are great! I have things next to me right now that I enjoy using that I would recommend to others. Things that I would happily get newer versions of when the time is right.

Gamers love things a little more than most, though, don’t we? We buy trinkets and doo-dads as small monuments to the games we love, we dress as the characters we grow attached to, and we stand in line for hours to buy consoles a little sooner than everyone else. It’s easy to see where the loyalty for the companies that make these experiences possible comes from." - Joe Garcia (PS3, PS4, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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