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Debunking the myth of video game value

AWESOMEoutof10's Andy Astruc believes that shorter games aren't inherently worth less than those with long hours of gameplay. Time is fleeting, its the experiences held within that time that matters. "If you want to discuss what a game is worth, define your argument based on what the game seeks to achieve and how successfully you think it does — or could do — that. How long you spend with a game should only be a factor if that time is integral to your experience, and should only be a problem if the time spent conflicts with the time needed to appreciate everything it has to offer. Gamers should be less concerned about their cash and more concerned about the hours and minutes they throw away."

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