The Escapist: Gaming Ability

The Escapist: Gaming Ability

“My mother was our household’s first gamer. She had me young and stayed home to raise me, and one of her favorite ways to kick back was to play videogames. Our first systems were an Atari 2600 and ColecoVision, and Mom would spend hours on Centipede, Ms. Pac-Man and Q*bert. Eventually, as any toddler would, I became curious about the bright objects and beeps coming from the TV and took an interest in games, too. That was 1982, which was also the year my mother was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis…”

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