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My Summer Backlog

It’s nigh on summertime, which means there is more time to spend with loved ones, catching up on things that need to be done around the house and planning vacations; then you remember that gargantuan Jenga tower of video games that you’ve placed on a backburner and throw all of that productive nonsense out of the window. It’s time for gaming.

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Takwin912d ago

As a teacher, summer is nonstop, full-on gaming. My family doesn't like to take vacations and they all game anyway, so it's a win-win-win. I usually game about 12 hours a day during the summer, compared to maybe 2-3 hours during the school year, so it's backlog crushing time for me too!