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7-27-2010 @ 4:26PM
I found this to be a pretty interesting piece, being both a gamer and a Psyc grad. I need to get a job like this guy! Grats on your baby and good luck in your future work & gaming.
7-27-2010 @ 4:42PM
I completely agree, I wish I could analyse like this guy could.I like the reasoning behind his answers too, especially on addiction and how games are getting easier.As a child of the late 80s and early 90s, I would sit for hours on my kitchen floor playing away on my brick GameBoy getting pins and needles in my legs whilst playing Tetris, never did I think as the levels got faster and faster in 15 or so years ago I'd been told I would be facing off dragons 15 times my size with 9/24 others in 3 effing D ™ with ease I think I would have chucked that monochrome wonder across the room screaming "TAKE ME TO THE FUTURE!!!".I think sometimes we have to look around at what we have and be thankful rather than complaining because it was too easy, like Ferris Bueller said "Life moves pretty fast. You don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it".Great article.
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