Discussionist: A Polygonal Epiphany

If we were to closely examine the histories of our gaming careers, somewhere lies a polygonal epiphany – that moment we realized that video games, regardless of their portrayal in popular culture, would forever top the list of our favorite indulgences.

It might’ve been the completion of a particular game, attending a particular event, or a very specific moment or memory with family or friends. Moreover, you may have strayed from the medium, only to be re-introduced to its pleasures a second time.

In short, then, what moment made you a ‘true believer’ in the potential of the video game?

Let us know below, folks.

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