You know, I sometimes ask myself the same question when I'm bored with the game I'm currently playing. Usually, around that time a game comes around that I find to be so incredibly brilliant that all my doubts are instantly swept away (at least for the time being). I'm looking at you, Borderlands 2.
Last edited by pakoito; 19-02-2013 at 08:53 PM.
You have been successfully trolled. Novel, the OP, has only made 1 post in this 3-page thread.
Diablo3 is not PvE or PvP, it is PvAH. -- Tei
Grinding and collecting are not worth my time.
Maybe the Op's question indicates they are looking for a way to make games more fulfilling, if so i'd suggest trying multiplayer games that require complex cooperation, as that's a skill that you can transfer to other situations.
I was not a fan of Mr Jobs either
The original question reminds me of the kind of thing you see in a newspaper or magazine - and as such falls in with the general rule for such things, the answer is almost always....
Last edited by frosty2oo2; 20-02-2013 at 05:40 PM.
Betteridge's Law. It should, really, only be applied to news sources (dunno what sort of Scientific articles have a question in their title, but they're likely sh*te if they do) and their headlines.
As regards the subject, I think the phrase 'mileage may vary' springs to mind. I think one of the positives that comes out of playing games is a degree of mental exercise at the end of the day, and certainly it can help you improve your organisation skills if you're doing MP/Co-op a lot as well.
I'm failing to writing a blog, specifically about playing games the wrong way