Achtung Englander wrote:I get this feeling that adults are losing themselves to anything in the desire to detached themselves from everyday life
Raid wrote:To me it feels like people are happier to express this sort of thing publically, rather than there being any real increase. I think the Internet has spurred a lot of this on; small communities have been better able to connect with one another, perhaps making people realise that their "niche" hobbies are more popular than some would believe.
BoggyB wrote:I'm not 100% sure what your point is. I'm getting this sort of vibe from you.
Achtung Englander wrote:
people want to be part of popular culture in fear they could be branded as square
BoggyB wrote:I'm still just reading it as "I don't think this thing that is popular should be this popular".
What exactly is it you do within the games industry? How much a part of the 'problem' are you?
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