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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#18 - anon id: e7e4cc5b
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(11/18/2012) [-]
It is something you could feel again...you're just not likely to

In short, that feeling is the feeling of a certain child-like wonder and joy that comes from the curiosity of having such a perfect adventure to throw yourself into. Of course, being older, it is much harder to attempt to envelop yourself into another world as easily as before, but it is still possible. You've felt it too. There are some games you KNOW slightly re-kindle the dying flame of this certain feeling, even if only slightly

Maybe if game designers had a little more freedom during the concept stages, and 90% of triple-a game producers weren't in it solely for the money, we would have such pieces of art grace our consoles once more

We live in hope
#28 to #18 - peanutbuttahjellah
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(11/18/2012) [-]
I don't care which of these bastards hated Skyward Sword but I ******* loved it. It gave me that feely feel of feelness that you described. It is probably my favourite game.

It makes me sad because so many people hated it for no real legitimate reason.

God I love this game...