Can we romanticize video games the way we do books?

Like you hear all these things about how you can curl up with a book on a rainy day and drink tea and smother yourself in blankets but anytime you hear things about video games it’s always about how you’re wasting your life away yelling into a headset as you play Call of Duty in a basement?

Imagine bundling yourself up on the couch, the sound of rain hitting the roof, and putting on Fable for a few hours. Or getting home after a long day of work. You make yourself a cup of cocoa, put on fuzzy pjs, and play Viva Piñata for hours not giving a second thought to the outside world. Semester just got out? Throw on some Fallout and just take a night to breathe and enjoy.

You aren’t wasting your life away, you’re enjoying it. Games can be just as much an escape as books, except you get to be part of the story.

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Every gaming poster we’ve made over the past year!

It’s really neat to look back and see a years worth of work and the progress you can make in that time. Thanks again to all of you for the support! ♥️♥️♥️  

Hope you enjoy! 

Mass Effect N7
Fallout 3 - 3 Dog
The Witcher 3
Doom
Pokemon Go
Overwatch
Super Mario Bros.
Fallout 4 - The Glowing Sea

By Fabled Creative

  • Three Dog: knows everything youve done, has an organisation of spies to watch your every move even with crumbling infrastructure, nothing happens in the capital wasteland without him knowing about it
  • Travis "Lonely" Miles: receives stories of your travels through random eye witnesses with many gaps of information. not the best source of news but he does his best
  • Mr New Vegas: has no god damn clue you exist, every time he reports on you youre an unknown civilian. you kill ceasar and hes got no clue who did it