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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Video Games

Whether your kingdom is baking in the dog days of summer or frosted with winter’s chill, it’s always a good time to escape into some virtual adventure. Grab a Mountain Dew and settle into the couch as we boot up this week’s Top Ten on video games.

  

1. Video games can teach important real-world skills.  
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Rhymes With Orange, October 6, 2006
Rhymes With Orange, October 6, 2006

2. Of course, some of these skills are more useful than others.  
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Sally Forth, June 23, 2017
Sally Forth, June 23, 2017

3. On the other hand, part of the fun of video games is getting to experience something completely unlike the real world.  
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Retail, June 1, 2015
Retail, June 1, 2015

4. Sometimes, the simpler the game, the more addicting it is.  
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Intelligent Life, February 1, 2015
Intelligent Life, February 1, 2015

5. Augmented reality is the latest thing in gaming, but some folks are not so into it.
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Tina’s Groove, October 16, 2016
Tina’s Groove, October 16, 2016

6. When embarking on a long session of marathon play, proper preparation is essential.  
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Sherman’s Lagoon, December 3, 2016
Sherman’s Lagoon, December 3, 2016

7. Make sure to take breaks to walk around and stretch your legs every now and then.  
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Curtis, November 4, 2016
Curtis, November 4, 2016

8. And know when it’s time to put down the controller and call it a day.  
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Take It From the Tinkersons, October 20, 2015
Take It From the Tinkersons, October 20, 2015

9. Video game technology may evolve, but the more things change …  
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Dustin, June 28, 2016
Dustin, June 28, 2016

10. … the more they stay the same.  
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Baby Blues, August 4, 2017
Baby Blues, August 4, 2017

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