2014: The year without gaming.
Tim King
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I understand what you’re saying here and, yeah, it seems the industry is spinning it’s wheels a bit, pumping out repetitive games in an attempt to sap gamers of their hard earned cash. However, consider for a moment the sheer breadth and variety of video games. Ranging from AAA titles to indie creations and you’re sure to find something that appeals to you — especially if your preference is immersive, narrative driven games. I’m not saying you’re wrong, but I don’t think you shouldn’t restrict yourself; truly incredible experiences that offer rewarding satisfaction and depth can still be found in the sea of monotony.

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