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“Hold me,” This Is Not A Ball Game begs me with her adorable French accent, tears running down her cheeks. Whimsical music plays against a backdrop of cardboad circus silhouettes, the lions and strong men and acrobats bearing witness. I hold up my hands, each finger a tiny gaming app critic, waiting to slice her to ribbons. “I can’t.”
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Being a new parent and all, most of my gaming has been done on handhelds over the past few months, which means that I’ve missed out on games like Metro: Last Light — games that might not have directly been on my radar, but may have checked out had I a spare moment or three. I’m keen to hear your thoughts on this one: should I be investing time in this game?