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Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "Since the beginning of this gaming generation in 2011, playing video games has changed and evolved in ways that no one could have predicted. From the advent of virtual reality to the mobile gaming explosion to the more piecemeal way we are asked to experience our favorite games, the way we, as consumers interact with and enjoy video games has changed dramatically in a very short amount of time. And its this rapid shifting on what were once solid gaming conventions that got us thinking, what would gaming be like next-generation? What kinds of games will we be playing? And more important – how will we play them?"