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Submitted by BaseAllstar 406d ago | opinion piece

Changing the First Person Shooter

Decades in a Digital World writes: If there’s any genre that truly captured my imagination, it’s the FPS genre.

But, that doesn’t mean I’m immune to their failings.

The genre that once felt so fresh and vibrant can easily feel tired and worn out these days. The well-travelled routes that have paved the way to former glories can often feel overused, populated now by mere mortals where once Gods walked. (Culture)

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