Gamers must end the video game summer drought

Summer is a dreadful time for gamers. The slow trickle (prepare for more water-related analogies and phrases) of new releases leaves me sitting at home while working through my now dangerously short backlog of games. This video game summer famine, when gamers are starving for content, is caused by none other than the—overused phrase—video game drought. To be fair it’s an appropriate metaphor for video games in the summer, but unlike natural droughts, summer gaming doesn’t have to be as sparse as it currently is.

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