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Submitted by Filthcardia 120d ago | opinion piece

Is It Still Criminal to Love Video Games?

Some in the public eye still think games are terrible. But as technology slowly infiltrates our lives, pulling out a 3DS isn’t seen as childish anymore. (Culture, Grand Theft Auto V)

ape007  +   120d ago
gaming is one of the deepest, richest and all around awesome form of entertainment u can have, im very proud that it's becoming more popular than ever before

it's a crime imo not to see how involving videogames are

the simple minded people that hate gaming don't understand that their limited/narrow outlook on them is pathetic, also the act throwing judgement around is childish

luckily with the rise of the internet, YT, social media etc.., this type of thinking is getting erased
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