When nothing else works, you can lose yourself in the simple repetition of a game like Into the Breach.

Video games can offer immense, immersive open worlds — but for some players, the small-scale grinding repetition of the games known as “roguelikes” is a better way to pass the time.

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Video games can offer immense, immersive open worlds — but for some players, the small-scale grinding repetition of the games known as “roguelikes” is a better way to pass the time.Read MoreArts & Life : NPR

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