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Submitted by GodisaGeek 273d ago | opinion piece

Our First Gaming Memories

GodisaGeek: "Any serious gamer will tell you that gaming is not just a hobby – it’s a lifestyle. It’s not just something we do to kill half an hour; it’s something we’re more likely to do when we’ve got a solid hour to spare. Games have evolved so much over the last three decades, from geeky little time-wasters developed in someone’s garage to multi-billion-dollar blockbusters with celebrity endorsements and globally-recognised characters.

We at God is a Geek like to play games. We’re in our twenties and thirties and most of us have been gaming since we were old enough to talk – but where did it all start for us? What were our first memorable experiences with video games? What were the moments, what were the games, that made us fall in love with the medium and continue that relationship throughout our whole lives?" (Culture)

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