When we were kids, at least, messing around with video games was at least as fun as playing them to pass them.
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Sometimes, especially — but not exclusively! — when you're a kid, it can be just as much fun (if not more fun, actually) to mess around with a game as it is to play it through to completion. Pushing the boundaries of a game, or trying to do ridiculous things therein, is an almost endless source of amusement.
So let's tell a few stories about some of the innocent — or “innocent” — things we tried to do in games when we were younger.
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The Nintendo Switch became available for pre-order last week, and has already sold out everywhere. A lengthy list of games has already been confirmed for the console, including titles such as I Am Setsuna, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Shin Megami Tensei (which is being built with Unreal Engine 4), Sonic Mania, Mario Kart 8, Syberia 3, and...some sort of cow-milking game. Oh, and then there's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which will evidently be a 13.4 GB download...or about half of the onboard storage of the Switch.
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