When I play a game, I usually play through the story. If I find secrets, awesome. Once that is done, I go back and search every square inch for every secret and try to complete the story 100%.
Now when it comes to multiplayer, I'm 75% a quiet gamer unless they talk to me first. If they're polite, I'm polite back. Same with those who are rude but I never curse at anyone. They mess with me...so I do the same. No I'm not a troll, I'm just showing what goes around comes around.
I try to find things that aren't quite exploits, but more of loopholes in the system. Little shortcuts rather than sequence breaks. And if not that, I'm the explorer. I'll wander around the map if you'll let me, if the map is worth wondering.
At least you admit you're a rager, that's respectable
I Would say I'm an Adaptive-Competitive gamer, I play everything, and i'm ussually good at what's right there in front of me, and when theres someone against me, I get serious... sometimes too serious. :3
Im ussually good at everything ....unless its fire emblem.
RPG - biased. I basically search a great involving story that in the best of cases contains incredible music and art. Gameplay is kind of a secondary thing to me. Also, I really like a lot the Point-and-Click stuff... So .. yeah
That doesn't mean, however, I don't enjoy a good shooter or a platform.
More of a casual gamer, with some obsessions in certain franchises like Pokemon, Super Smash Bros, Mass Effect, Halo. In the games I obsess over I try to 100% them and then get really good if they are multiplayer, like Halo.
I play a lot of adventure games. Pokemon and Sonic are at the top of my list of favorites, and I get really into the esoteric stuff about them when I'm being serious about them. XD
When I play I tend to talk to myself or the character(s) I'm playing with. I scream like a banshee when stuff comes flying at me or if I'm about to fall off an edge XD If I get hit or die, swears go flying until I rage quit, lolol.
I'm not a gamer, but I absolutely love to play games. Recently I've become a raging at the games I play if the characters don't act the way I command them, too. I think my raging will stop eventually, I just have a lot of frustration and anger built up. I used to be a calm and relaxed, just enjoying the game. Kind of sad.
I use to be a serious spend-all-my-time playing my Pokemon games kind of player. My games were actually recording the amount of time I have played. From 7 years old to 20, I had over a thousand hours playing.
i sometimes disagree of trolling, yet i do it myself.... i do MCXBE but i try not to do it online because of dem pyro-greifers and regular greifers or any kind of greifers in that game... but i do what i can to focus on RTS games, WHY WONT YOU LET ME COMPLETE YOU NOD CAMPAIGN FOR CNC 3 TIBERIUM WARS FOR XBOX 360 just why... T_T i sometimes play halo, i dont know if battle stations pacific counts as RTS so im just saying i like battlestations pacific
I'm more of a casual gamer. When I was younger I used to rage...but now I'm kind of 'meh'. I think it's because turned based RPG's ended up being replaced by action ones. Also, I just don't really have the money and can't really keep up.
I just bought a 3Ds, but when I do play something it's either Poke'mon, some rpg, or WoW, when I had my computer. I like games, but since most of them are becoming M rated I'm just not that into them as I used to be.
I talk to myself when I play video games. Usually I talk to the characters like they're sitting in the room with me and have one-sided conversations with them. And then when I get angry because I keep dying or I'm stuck on a puzzle or something, I scream at the character and blame them for it. People have told me I'm weird.
I'm the Offline Outcast. I'm the guy who knows how to be the helpful, useful, supportive online teammate, but regretfully has little-to-no way to get online. This subspecies of gamer also groans in frustration when playing solo prevents him from getting top-tier gear. I know solo play like the back of my hand, but no way to exercise it.
Major rage. I can play RPGs with no problem, but drag me into Call of Duty or oh say, Tekken, and my normally calm self starts swearing up a storm and throwing controllers. x( Not proud of it, but it happens...
I was raised a PC gamer. While all the kiddies had their SNES' with Mario and their Genesis' with Sonic, I had DOOM, Age of Empires 2, the original Fallouts, Diablo, and Deus Ex.
Nowadays, I've opened up to consoles and the hidden gems they carry, but my heart will always remember all the fond memories of splattering demons, building a mighty kingdom to smash the French scum into the dirt, and scampering about the shiny floors of UNATCO HQ.
Age of Empires! Thanks so much for reminding me! I have the whole collection on dvd, I always want to play but my computer won't read disks and that upsets me so much! Age of Empires 3 is the only one I can play right now. I miss the old ones so much now.
They have a similar Sci-fi type. It is very different called Starcraft 2?
I really like StarCraft custom games! There is a game mode like Age of Empires except you control your person. I like games where I can build a city, and have everyone live comfortable lives but I will still be able to control everyone individually. So far Age of Empires accomplishes that but the closest I have to controlling people is Sims 3.
You ever heard of this Sims game called Sim Ants? 3 words: Ant Colony Simulator.
It's like the Sims, except you do stuff like build colonies, collect food for your colony, kill other rival ant colonies, and other dangerous insects like spiders, grasshoppers, and other stuff! And get this, you actually get to play as an ant! One of my favorite obscure games of all time. Google it up. You may like what you see!
It seems a bit old. It is unnatural for a game to have to be played by an animal but it is rather interesting. These types of games are rare. I want a game where you fly as a bird and evolve. You eat, hunt, and fight to survive. The newest game that allows for actual animal lifeish is Tokoyo Jungle. I am not sure about SimsAnts because it is old. It may be good but hard to find.
Im primarily a Single and coop campaign type of player, but I enjoy a good multiplayer. I prefer team objective-based game modes rather than free-for-alls and mindless team deathmatch. I enjoy 1-on-1s like fighting games but after a while that pressure and anxiety in my chest gets to me. It forces me to pull off some amazing feats, but I don't like that feeling. I prefer the comfort of fighting alongside teammates.
I go for strictly gameplay. If a game so much as has one unskippable cutscene after the beginning or several minutes of cutscene skipping, I disregard it as a viable form of interactive entertainment. I don't care about graphics or story. I just want a game that's hard for the right reasons, has replay value, and doesn't give me what I find to be bullshit like poor programming, bad controls, gratuitous story, or multiplayer (I do like multiplayer, but it holds no importance to me).
My tastes have driven me to play games shrouded in obscurity and stuff bandwagoners hate and I couldn't be happier with the stuff I've discovered. Akai Katana, Luminous, Satazius, Sine Mora, Nexuiz, Call of Duty, Ragnarok Odyssey, Thunder Force, Ketsui, R-Type. These games make me happy because they cater to me almost 100%. :3
Well, Video Games filled my life since childhood. Although started when I turned 16, video games started to flew away from my life and Internet takes over (even though I got Internet ever since like I was 10). Oh well, what kind of Gamer I am? Well, pretty much an enjoyable gamer. I play video games to enjoy myself so, I don't blame on everything and anything for losing in the game or something. My older sister always thought me to never take Games too seriously. She said, "if you lose, try one more time. That's a game right? There must be a way out". So, yeah, Video games are meant to be enjoyable. Unless your life depends on em.
That's kind of a difficult question for me to answer.
I was born with video games and I grew up with them, so I guess that would make me an old timer to that extent. But the thing is as gaming evolved, I kind of started losing interest because of how many titles like Cawodoody overshadowing games with more creativity, which seems to becoming hard to even find in a game these days.
I guess I've became a more on and off gamer if anything. But all the same games will hold a place in my heart.
For the most part I'm the pretty calm and patient gamer, I have a limit though, but my boyfriend is the rager so it really wouldn't work out if we both raged. As someone else mentioned though LoL is the exception, when you rely so much on other people to work as a team it can really piss me off sometimes xD
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*staring at a bright screen in the middle of the night*
I am a girl gamer who plays worthy rpg (including Pokemon and kingdom hearts). I sneak my video game time in whenever cuz I don't get time in during the day. When I do, Twilight Zelda is my first option.
I'm the support, helping everyone else do their own thing to the best of their ability and letting them carry me to victory. Either that or I'm the one that destroys the enemy and chirps them all day long. Trashtalking is, unfortunately, a dying art.
- When I'm playing casual, I play on either Nintendo systems or my iPad. When I'm going hardcore, I prefer Playstation (I never cared much for Xbox).
- My favorite genre of game is action-adventure, preferably games with platformer and RPG elements. However, I'll also play main series Pokémon, pure platformers, puzzle games, racing games, and fighting games (particularly Mortal Kombat, Super Smash Bros., and PS All-Stars). I don't tend to play most mainstream RPGs and I absolutely don't play FPS (except maybe Halo), sports games (except Wii Sports), or survival horror games.
- I get aggravated when I'm being overwhelmed, failing constsantly or at a critical moment, when I make last place in a racing game, or when I'm defeated in a really cheap way.
- I tend to play games for about an hour or two at a time. When a certain part is frustrating me too much, I just stop and try again later.
- I hate using walkthroughs; looking at them makes me feel like I'm too stupid and incompetent to beat a game on my own. I only use them when I have to for puzzles I can't solve or bosses I don't know how to beat.
- When it comes to multiplayer, I prefer either solo or co-op.