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Submitted by ftwrthtx 236d ago | opinion piece

The Five Things Video Games Teach You About Love

It's almost Valentine's Day, and if your plans for the big night involve calling in for pizza and playing a video game by yourself, don't despair: long maligned as the medium of lonely, loveless nerds, video games actually have much to teach us about romance and relationships. Here, then, are the five top lessons in love, courtesy of our favorite medium: (Mass Effect 4, New Super Mario Bros. U, Passage, PC, PS3, PS4, Red Dead Redemption GOTY, Uncharted PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360)

ftwrthtx  +   236d ago
Mario is always chasing the girl, but can he ever actually catch her?

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