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[–] cuello_rojo 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Maybe our young men will start doing constructive things with lasting results instead of wasting their most capable years in front of a glowing pacifier.

No. That's not happening. Young guys like love video games. That isn't going to change. Matter of fact as VR and AR get integrated into the games they're going to become even more popular

Waiting for video games to go away is like waiting for people to get sick of hip hop and rap. Not gonna happen.

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[–] Boyakasha 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

I get where you're coming from. As someone who gamed for the majority of my life, believe me. As I've gotten older, I just started realizing how much more I could be doing. Grinding hours/days/weeks/years in to games is fun at the time, but leaves you empty once you're finished. You look back across the years and see how the time could've been better spent. That's all that I'm saying. I wished I would've realized it earlier and hope more kids do as well.

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[–] CrudOMatic 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Waiting for video games to go away is like waiting for people to get sick of hip hop and rap. Not gonna happen.

I've been sick of it since the 90's, when I was 12. You want to see cringe? Listen to niggers trying to muscle in on EDM by rapping over it.

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[–] cuello_rojo 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I've been sick of it since the 90's, when I was 12. You want to see cringe? Listen to niggers trying to muscle in on EDM by rapping over it.

Yeah, but it's still here. I used to tell people that it sucked so bad it would be gone in 4 or 5 years. That was over 15 years ago.