Turn that January frown upside down.
Blue Monday has arrived and, no, it’s not some new post-Christmas Black Friday-alike designed to keep the retail sector ticking over through the lean winter months. It’s the day of the year when people are statistically most downbeat and gloomy according to scientists, or something. To be fair, it’s understandable; the holidays are over, the days are short and dark and the weather’s miserable for the most part (in the Northern Hemisphere, at least).
Fortunately, the above conditions are perfect for ensconcing yourself in front of the TV with a cup of something warm and a great video game. While the scope and function of interactive entertainment has grown far beyond mere escapism these days, games are still a brilliant way to jump into a totally different environment and get away from it all when things are looking grim.
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