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What Are You Playing? February 15th, 2014

Posted on Saturday, February 15 @ 09:00:00 Eastern by


This week I'm playing even more of the same. I've still got Bravely Default in rotation as well as The Last of Us which has re-hooked me with its fantastic Left Behind DLC. Grand Theft Auto Online has special Valentine's Day activities this weekend, which you just know will be weird.

Still, I'm hoping to get out of the house and away from video games. It's just been extremely hard to tear myself away from the rapidly changing, next-gen flexing, constantly bickering gaming culture and industry. It's quite the drama playing out with nothing more than virtual oblivion on the line, but we love it anyway.

Games let us live so many lives in the span of just the ones we lead every day. What other universes and existences are you exploring this weekend?

What are you playing?
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