GamerNode's Mike Murphy writes... "Life is a daily grind. We commute, go to work or school, and do things such as chores, homework, and other projects almost every day of our lives. You would think that in our free time away from all of this grinding, we would do something relaxing and fun that removes us from the tedious activities we perform on a regular basis. However, this is becoming quite the opposite case with videogames. Grinding is becoming a norm when it comes to designing a money-maker, and this philosophy is slowly beginning to poison the industry."