Real gamers quit.
Ganon, you say? Hm, not sure I’ve met him, sorry
Back in the day, a single video game would set you back a decent chunk of change. Most people would get just a couple a year, like Charlie Bucket and his single birthday chocolate bar, and they’d have a grand old time rinsing those games of content. I’m not here to say “games these days just aren’t as good as they used to be” – if you want to read something grumpy, read me complaining about how I’m sick of ports and remakes – but, instead, I’m here to say that it’s okay to forgive yourself for not getting to the end of games.
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