Why Books Are Just As Lovable As Video Games

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Admit it or not, video games just become everyone’s most favorite thing in this world. From the traditional Super Mario Brothers on Nintendo’s Family Computer to the modern Final Fantasy XV on Sony’s PlayStation 4, we can’t deny the fact that each and every video game known to man have the power to cultivate people’s hearts – until now.

Then again, there’s another thing in the unspoken competition of everyone’s most favorite thing in this world that shouldn’t be a contender at all…

And yes, I’m talking about books – even if there’s also thepsnblog.com worth checking out.

Believe it or not, books just became everyone’s most favorite thing in this world as well. From the classic Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen to the futuristic The Maze Runner by James Dashner, we can’t deny the fact that each and every book known to man still have the power to capture people’s hearts – back then until now.

And that’s why books are just lovable as video games…

Their power to capture other people’s hearts in every way they can says more about other people’s feelings about a certain subject than with an author’s feelings about a certain subject – making every word being read by people highly relatable and even surprisingly emotional than any other real-life event. Their power to capture other people’s hearts in every second they can also say more about other people’s opinions about a certain subject than with an author’s opinions about a certain subject – making every phrase being read highly commendable an even surprisingly mental than any other real-life event.

And that’s why books are just as lovable as video games…

Every page being turned will take you to places no one has ever gone before, making the book even more page-turning and rather adventurous than any other real-life event. Every sentence being read will bring you to things no one has ever done before, making the book even more sentence-churning and rather spontaneous than any other real-life event. Wonderful, isn’t it? To be taken somewhere no one has ever gone before and to be brought something no one has ever done before, all the while just taking in every sentence being read and letting your mind go somewhere else in-between pages…

And that’s why books are just as lovable as video games…

A reality from words, a word from reality – that’s all it takes…

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