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Submitted by ValKilmer 368d ago | opinion piece

An Examination of Collectibles: The Bad

Hardcore Gamer: A game can have the most appropriate rewards for the perfectly tuned amount of collectibles, but if they're hidden in obscure places no one would ever find, it doesn't really matter. (Culture)

ValKilmer  +   369d ago
I just don't want collectibles in my game. Just give me the game and don't distract me.

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