I’ve stepped away from Genshin Impact in recent months. Its predatory gacha system took a negative toll on my addictive personality and the amount of content I was expected to catch up with in order to even have a chance of understanding the narrative was ridiculous.
Combine that with new characters and a continuous stream of seasonal events and there wasn’t much in it for me anymore. There are so many cute anime boys and girls I wanted to bring into my roster, but I knew I was doing so for the temporary thrill of pulling them instead of any real desire to level them up and learn their distinct playstyle.
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