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Flowchart Picks Your Perfect Video Game

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Just like satellite TV, sometimes enormous choice can be overwhelming; so much so that we often stare blankly at the screen before realising we've sat through eight consecutive episodes of Come Dine With Me.

And it's the same with gaming. So many great titles to play, and so little time - and you waste that time trying to decide which enemy to take on. But, handily, the people at Silver Oak Casino have created this excellent flowchart, to guide you swiftly towards the right game for your mood and desires.

Old and new are represented, so what are you waiting for? Take a look, and then get on that console.

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