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Ad Hominem 2013 年 03 月 3 日 @ 下午 9 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 03 月 6 日 @ 下午 12 時 32 分 
-and others play to maintain their facade of being smart, cultured and anti conformist.
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Ad Hominem 2013 年 03 月 6 日 @ 下午 2 時 18 分 
According to Merriam-Webster...

game noun \ˈgām\

Definition of GAME

(1) : activity engaged in for diversion or amusement
最後修改者:Ad Hominem; 2013 年 03 月 6 日 @ 下午 2 時 24 分
Sugar Skull 2013 年 03 月 7 日 @ 上午 12 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 03 月 12 日 @ 下午 11 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 03 月 12 日 @ 下午 11 時 24 分 
I was wondering the same.
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