Hit the jump to see what everyone came up with.
- Fame Designer started things off with an incredibly moving history of the gaming experiences he had with his late brother. I don't remember seeing that many comments and faps on a non-frontpaged musing before!
- fightmejimmy presented a series of funny and touching stories, related to specific games.
- Tubatic kept things going with a look at the gaming relationship he has with his dad.
- Trust showed how gaming has affected every member of his family.
- Beyamor took a very creative approach with his musing, comparing him and his brother to Mario and Luigi.
- knutaf had a short, but sweet, story about how him and his sister were obsessed with Rayman. They even made their own Geocities site about the game! That's some nice sibling teamwork.
- Xandaca combined his personal story with a broader musing on gaming in the family. I remember when my Mom got unusually addicted to a game (Bust-A-Move) as well.
- PvPPY wrote this musing, about gaming with his son, which really puts into perspective the different types of people that frequent Destructoid. Unfortunately, I think his post was stuck hours or days behind, thanks to the timestamping "glitch" on the site, so no one read it. Please do so. (I'll update the link if he reposts it)
- SteezyXL has the most recent post, the first in a multi-part series on gaming in the family. He starts off at a detailed look at his gaming experiences with his brothers, and finishes it by talking about gaming with his dad and his cousins.
- Doctor m3ds shares how his dad got him into gaming, and the games he played with all his family members.
- Elsa has a fascinating and unique blog about her gaming experiences with her three dogs. It's really touching, and shows that gaming can be meaningful in a way you probably never considered.
- Enkido finishes off the topic with a look at what each member of his family thinks of gaming and what kind of games they're all in to.
Thanks again to everyone who participated and put this together!
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