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BORN A WISE MAN 2013年3月3日 21時51分
The Bottom Line
Some people play games to win, others play games to have fun.
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SabreXT 2013年3月6日 12時32分 
-and others play to maintain their facade of being smart, cultured and anti conformist.
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BORN A WISE MAN 2013年3月6日 14時18分 
According to Merriam-Webster...

game noun \ˈgām\

Definition of GAME

(1) : activity engaged in for diversion or amusement
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Fear Scout 2013年3月7日 0時53分 
SabreXT, it's okay if you didn't like the game, but don't assume that everyone who does like it is just being some kind of indie game hipster. I actually took 10 minutes to read reviews and watch some LPs on Youtube, because I'm not ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. Deciding that I'd probably enjoy the game in spite of its lack of structure, I bought it and, as it turns out, I did enjoy it. I feel that, for $10, it could offer a lot more content, but it has potential and I'm hoping to see the game grow in scale and variety. If I wanted CoD, I'd go play CoD, but wouldn't spend $10 on something I couldn't be bothered to research and then lurk on the game's forums ♥♥♥♥♥ing about it.
Shadowspaz 2013年3月12日 23時19分 
I'm really curious, now. Does ANYONE actually buy a game, thinking "This will make me look smart?" Or is that purely something that people say when they completely miss the point of something and claim it "isn't a game?"
IR0B0T 2013年3月12日 23時24分 
I was wondering the same.
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