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World War 360


World War 360 is exactly my experience and how I feel with the Xbox 360 system.

When wars do appear the initial feeling is...do I really want to get into another battle? It could make life easier and more prosperous. Do I really need another one? The answer is no but just like every other war, it happens anyways.

This leaves us with the excitement of running into battle! "Take that, I got you! No, I got you first!" We have all experienced it in some fashion or another. It is the rush that we all love and sometimes crave. The adrenaline is pumping and we are ready to go.

But soon the dust settles and fades away. What are we left with? Maybe a little spoils of war but for the most part we are left with pain and agony. How could this stupid government break, ruin lives, lives are not saved efficiently, destroy ports that supply the means of conquering other wars...

Last paragraph too cloudy to tell what I mean? How could the stupid CONSOLE break, ruin SCORES, GAMES are not SAVED correctly, USB ports destroyed inhibiting more VIDEO GAMING of the ONLINE nature.

This IS war and I am ashamed to be a part of it. Why did I have to go get tangled up in it? My homeland of Nintendia never let me down and gave me all that I needed to survive. I got greedy and wanted to expand my territories. Fo Shame!

[This post was inspired by DynamicSheep's blog but the topic is different, I smell a fanboy? http://www.destructoid.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7165]
#Community    #Hardware    #Microsoft    #Nintendo    #War    #Xbox360   
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