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Submitted by gaminglives 475d ago | opinion piece

Player's Block

In what seems to be a trend among many gamers these days, GamingLives' Chris laments on how his love for gaming grows more weary as each year passes, written from the point of view of a specialist reporting their findings.

"Finally, before we get started, I can already hear the back-benchers grumbling because ‘some gamer is bored with games, who cares?’ To them I say, this has been my hobby and my passion for over a quarter of a century, and it has defined me and those around me. Choose your criticisms carefully." (Culture, PC, Retro, Xbox 360)

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