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2-02-2012 @ 9:35AM
Agreed, it's the same as a bad craftsman blames his tools; an addict in denial blames his addiction. It's not the activity / addiction that's the problem, it's the person who lets it become the overwhelming force in their life. Sure, it's easy to get addict to gaming such as WoW but WoW and other MMO's aren't bad, it's the people who decided that WoW > Real life.It's good that the in the end he "got better" but still, WoW isn't some disease that once you start, OMG BYE BYE SOCIAL LIFE which has to be "cured" by removing it, which is kind of what the movie depicted.As WoW's loading screen tip says: Take all things in moderation; even World of Warcraft!Words of wisdom from the all-knowing loading screen tips.
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