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The Best Games I Played In 2014

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21 Jan 2015 10:06 #269268 by san il defanso
So that means I didn't play a lot of new...

Looking back, 2014 was the year I basically quit playing new games. This was due to a couple of factor, not the least of which was a general sense of chaos in my gaming life between August and November, when most new titles come out. But at least some of it was conscious, because there were a lot of moments when I just decided to play something I already knew instead of whatever the hot game was. That makes me sound a little snooty, as if I'm really proud of the fact that I'm above the lowly activity of playing new games. The truth is that I was better able to find the best way for me to enjoy the hobby, and in my case that meant playing more games that I already owned, or that had already been given enough time for their quality to not be as informed by that early rush of hype

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