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We Can Learn A Lot From The Way Kids Play Video Games

When kids sit down to play a video game they have little to no expectations, no goals in mind and no emotional attachment to their save file. As gamers grow older they become more serious about gaming, and the innocent fun of youth is transformed into a more tense and regimented form of fun. So why do video games stop having the same effect they had on us when we were kids? Mark Serrels of Kotaku Australia was inspired to write about the merits of child's play by his son's enthusiasm for all things Mario, and his hilarious account really makes you think about the way we adult gamers play.
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