Content of the article: "How to be a better patient gamer and actually enjoy games ?"
Sorry if the formatting sucks, wrote that on my phone. I noticed that in the past years I slowly started to collect games just to have them in my library and never actually play them or work myself through it. They look very interesting in the videos and description and usually have good reviews. But when I actually play them for like 10-20 minutes I get bored. I don’t know why. That’s when I started to google the playtime of the games to know how long I need to sit through them, and just kept going not actually playing but working the game if you know what I mean. I have a good example of kingdom come deliverance. I loved the concept of the game, I’m a great fan of RPG’s, I started to play games with fable 1 gothic 1 ,2 and 3 and kept playing these classic RPG’s so a realistic open world medieval RPG was my dream. I wasn’t patient though and preordered it as soon a I knew that was a thing. The game came out and I played it and something didn’t felt right, the game just faded for me as I was 20 hours in and I stopped for a while. I bought myself a new PC not too long ago and thought maybe I should give it a try again and I replayed it to the exact same spot where I was in the previous playthrough and noticed what was bothering me. It was the combat system. It felt so clunky and not good that I decided for the first time that I wouldn’t have fun playing this game. I think that was a step in the Right direction to have fun with games again I guess? I have a bad example for mafia 3 too, I absolutely loved mafia 2 so I gave m3 a try and I actually like revenge story’s, but the game was literally dogshit imo. Repetitive gameplay fucked up graphics gun play was meh. The only thing that kept me playing was the story. I had no fun playing this game and it was a relief when I finally finished it. It was like a big pile of worksheets that needed to be done. I know that I won’t do that anymore to any games I’m playing. How do you guys handle this situation where you notice that you are not playing but working a game ? And thanks for reading my text 🙂
Bonus: I started playing Witcher 1 and want to play through the trilogy. I’m 10 hours in and I really enjoy the game despite the weird combat.
- Is it ok for a game to have a repetitive gameplay loop, as long as the gameplay itself is fun?
- Being patient has changed the way I pick and play my games
- WSIB What game fits me?
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