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The Elusiveness of Ignorance

Posted Aug 24, 2010 by Suzie Ford

The Elusiveness of Ignorance

In his latest entry into the MMORPG.com staff blog, Bill Murphy talks about the innocence, or ignorance, that he used to bring to games and hearkens back to a time when he could find something worthwhile in even the 'crappiest games'. But with age comes wisdom and The Elusiveness of Ignorance. Read on!

So it was a little nostalgic to watch my niece recently clamor about some piece of shovelware for her DS the other day.  I could remember times when I simply didn’t care what faults a game had.  If it could be played, it could be enjoyed.  For a time, even though I would eventually tire of it, even a bad game had its merits and a spot in my rotation.  I wish I could have that attitude toward gaming back.  Back in my early days as a wee nerd, I would play anything you threw my way.  And there are probably more factors than mere gaming naivety involved.

Read the MMORPG.com Staff Blog and add your thoughts!

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Suzie Ford / Suzie is the Associate Editor and News Manager at MMORPG.com. Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom