3 Games To Play To Keep Your Mind Away From The Presidential Election Aftermath

The US presidential elections have just been concluded and the public received the verdict with mixed reactions. Some were happy, some were disappointed - in short, it is a very emotional election year. However, all of us need to move on and get back to each of our daily lives. That also means getting back to the games we love playing. However, if you are looking for a game that will take your mind off the election hullabaloo, here are three games to do that.


Whether you vote for Clinton or Trump, Doom is a good game to let go of that steam you've been holding on. Violence is not good in real life but who says you can't bash demons (just in the game, of course)? Moreover, it is also like a breath of fresh air to know that DOOM is very clear of its depiction of good and bad, unlike politics. Thus, it's easier to figure them out and get rid of the world with evil.

Fallout 4

Fallout 4 is about what the world is like after a nuclear holocaust. This game, however, does not mean that a Trump presidency shows an eminent nuclear holocaust in the near future. But with the emergence of every new leadership, it pays to be cautious and careful not to let emotions run high or it will result in a disaster. Both Trump and Clinton supporters can have fun playing this one in different settings to represent what they feel. For example, if you're a Clinton supporter, you can play using the Survival mode. On the other hand, if you're a Trump supporter, you can just set the game in easy mode and just have fun to show your celebration for Trump's victory.

Civilization 6

Imagine if you have the power to create your own civilization without Clinton or Trump. That would be much better, right? You can with Civilization VI and you have all the power to do whatever you want to do with what you created. You can create a society where art and culture thrive or you can just destroy it if you're suddenly p@$@ed off.

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