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ROGUE: THE BREAK-DOWN

I AGREE WITH JAMES PAUL GEE, GAMES CAN TEACH. I REMEMBER GROWING UP AS A KID PLAYING WITH THE LEAP FOG GAMES AND PHONIX LEANING GAMES. THEY WERE VERY HELPFUL WITH LEARNING MY ABC’S AND SPELLING. THEY WERE REWARDING, EVEN-THOUGH YOU COULD GET REALLY FAR IN THE GAME THEN MISS UP AND HAVE TO START OVER BECAUSE YOU DIDNT CHOOSE THE RIGHT ANIMALS NOISE OR SPELL SOMETHING CORRECTLY. IT HELPED YOU LEARN BETTER.

ROUGH WAS A LEARNING PROCESS AS WELL. I LIKE TO CALL GAMES LIKE THIS ROAD-LEARNING, EVERY MILE THAT YOU COMPETE YOU LEARNING SOMETHING. EVEN IF YOU WENT THE WRONG WAY YOU WOULD HAVE TO TURN AROUND AND LREAN FROM YOUR MISTAKE. LIKE I DID OVER AND OVER AGAIN IN ROGUE BEING I GOT KILLED OR WENT THE WRONG WAY

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About Gregory Keith

Im 19 years old, i was born in Atlanta, moved to chicago when i was one. Since then i have been an agent of change during my time spent in this wonderful world. I LOVE INTERACTING WITH EVERYONE. i feel that the way i look at the world is very different from many. There are few people in the world like me that feels that the world needs saving and are actually trying to save it day by day with something as simple as hello!

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