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User Info: Gamenamebully

Gamenamebully
3 years ago#1
Is it possible to be too open-minded in the game industry? - Results (40 votes)
Yes.
22.5% (9 votes)
9
No.
52.5% (21 votes)
21
Very rarely it's the case.
22.5% (9 votes)
9
Half and half.
2.5% (1 votes)
1
This poll is now closed.
So do you consider it possible to be too open-minded when it comes to games and buying them?

Yes or no?
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User Info: superbowl54

superbowl54
3 years ago#2
there's no such thing as "too" open-minded.
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User Info: SignusZeriel

SignusZeriel
3 years ago#3
superbowl54 posted...
there's no such thing as "too" open-minded.


Tell that to trophy hunters buying garbage like the Hannah Montanah games to get trophies.
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User Info: 666Sandman666

666Sandman666
3 years ago#4
The more blood and gore the better.

User Info: Terotrous

Terotrous
3 years ago#5
SignusZeriel posted...
Tell that to trophy hunters buying garbage like the Hannah Montanah games to get trophies.

There's nothing "open-minded" about that.
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User Info: 656stooge

656stooge
3 years ago#6
superbowl54 posted...
there's no such thing as "too" open-minded.


You say that now, but wait until you week up one morning to a group of naked Romanian midgets, 13 greyhounds, and one very exhausted elephant.
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User Info: jordyboy1000

jordyboy1000
3 years ago#7
No.
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User Info: Battleship_Gray

Battleship_Gray
3 years ago#8
SignusZeriel posted...
superbowl54 posted...
there's no such thing as "too" open-minded.


Tell that to trophy hunters buying garbage like the Hannah Montanah games to get trophies.


Why should I care what they play?
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User Info: Gamenamebully

Gamenamebully
3 years ago#9
656stooge posted...
superbowl54 posted...
there's no such thing as "too" open-minded.


You say that now, but wait until you week up one morning to a group of naked Romanian midgets, 13 greyhounds, and one very exhausted elephant.


No offense but bad analogy.
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PSN Name: Gamenamebully
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