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Reddit | Gamers by /u/thosefuckersourshit - 1d ago
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Does anyone else hate it when you try and show your friends a new game but you have to keep on reminding them the controls? Like, take Phantom Forces for example. I literally had to walk them through the controls. And, especially on more complex games, like farming sim, it takes like 30 minutes to teach them and I just find it natural. Anyone else find the same?

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