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News Survey reveals positive side of casual games

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 29 Aug 2007.

  1. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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    postivie?
     
  3. CardJoe

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    :blush:

    (fixed)
     
  4. mikeuk2004

    mikeuk2004 What you Looking at Fool!

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    It looks like Joe has had to much Bioshock and needs to go into rehab before he has an overdose.
     
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    i don't agree with computers substituting classes... but i do agree that computers and computer games make you sharper, faster and more intelligent and makes your relax....... but like everything else if abused causes you health and psychological problems.
     
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    although play computer game has some benifits,but it harms more
     
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    The only way i think it harms you is your eyesight and your interaction with society, but thats your problem for you abuse of video games (or computers for that matter). If you suicided or think of suiciding (like jumping of a building with your Belt of Flight) or commit homicide or think of homiciding in a way related to video games (like stabing your Empyrean Kitchen Knife of Invulnerability into your neighbor) then you're unstable in the head. I play violent video games and sometimes for an extensive amount of time but I'm still a sweet and caring person. <3 you bit-tech!

    I wonder if this should be my last post? Its post 69... 69 Dude!!
     
  8. mattthegamer463

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    This all is definitely true. Me and my dad would play 007: Nightfire on gamecube for hours, just running around killing mindless bots, having a blast. It definitely helped us Bond. James Bond.
     
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    Quote of the year and, even though it's a **** game, the same was true of me and my dad on the PC. I still have a video somewhere of my Dad having his first experience of a proper action FPS game via Nightfire when I left my PC unattended. He ran around an empty room for twenty minutes, laughing and shooting out the windows until he saw me with the camera and ran, embaressed, from the room.

    From there, I got him addicted to the Thief games, which were right up his alley and which he obssessively completed until he could speedrun each level with 100% loot and no detections or kills.

    Happy days.
     
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    mikeuk2004 What you Looking at Fool!

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    Sega Saturn Bomberman, was played and played and played everyweek in our home which included me my younger bro, dad and even my Mum!!!!

    Who said the Wii was to get mums playing games. My mum used to be the one who said lets play bomberman way back. Great fun playing bomber man on sega saturn in those days. My unlces even came round to play with us and we woukd get to 7 players most times.

    Good fun and was one of the few things our family had in common and wanted to do together.
     
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