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You can now mark games as owned on another platform, so they will stop appearing in your store but will be used to recommend similar games to you • I met this dude right here about 12 years ago on Xbox 360 playing the Uno arcade game 😂😂 we have never stopped communicating & playing games since. I would consider him one of my best friends even though we have never met but yesterday we finally got to meet (he’s from Florida I’m from California)

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You can now mark games as owned on another platform, so they will stop appearing in your store but will be used to recommend similar games to you r/Steam • u/AdulterousAnt
I met this dude right here about 12 years ago on Xbox 360 playing the Uno arcade game 😂😂 we have never stopped communicating & playing games since. I would consider him one of my best friends even though we have never met but yesterday we finally got to meet (he’s from Florida I’m from California) r/xboxone • u/mattvond
[Image] For a 2015 game The Graphics Of MGSV Are So Good It's Concerning... Did Kojima Use A Time Machine??? r/PS4 • u/OPG609
No pre-load for Borderlands 3 on Epic Games Launcher, says Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney twitter.com • r/pcgaming • u/leViktormizer
Jason Schreier: Activision Blizzard financial report makes it clear that they have lost all interest in StarCraft twitter.com • r/Games • u/--Karma
Epic hit with class-action suit over hacked Fortnite accounts polygon.com • r/Games • u/Jonny43
Why don't video game companies seem averse to M ratings in the same way that movie studios avoid R ratings? r/truegaming • u/blissed_and_gone
Episodic and story rich games and why did Valve get away with not finishing their story? r/truegaming • u/clockwork_blue

I enjoy story rich games a lot. I avoid games with simple storylines that boil down to 'This bad guy.

Cyberpunk 2077 will tell an adult movie-like story, will not shy away from "difficult subjects" dsogaming.com • r/gamers • u/thosefuckersourshit
Feel free to rest at this bonfire. r/gaming • u/GhostOfSparta27
It’s a me, Mario r/gaming • u/Haaisee
[Image] fan art by me - Red Dead Redemption 2, Journey r/PS4 • u/skxviii

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