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Miiayson

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    Any game genres you would like to see more of?

    @Martinsx1 I agree with you about Final Fantasy, I think it's a good series. I used to play a lot of Final Fantasy, and have maintained my interest in it over the years. I'm very enthusiastic about Final Fantasy 15, and I'm looking forward to the release of the FF7 remake as well. I like that 15 is an action game, a bit of a change in pace from the usual turn-based fare. It makes me wonder how Square Enix will tackle the FF7 remake's battle system, since the original was turn based, and real time combat is usually preferred over turn based nowadays.
  2. It's bad when a game consistently lags during gameplay. I heard that in a version of a game I like, Final Fantasy Tactics, there's a bug where certain attacks cause really bad slowdown. I'm going to have to take your word for it about Red Alert, since I'm not familiar with the Red Alert series. I had to Google it to remember it. I am familiar with the soundtrack though, I think specifically from Red Alert: Command and Conquer.
  3. I've been listening to a lot of Final Fantasy music lately, and am really enjoying the soundtracks, especially Final Fantasy 7. I think Uematsu has a talent for making catchy unique tunes that help prop up and define the game's unique story and atmosphere. I can listen to certain types of video game music all day, the same way other people can listen to normal radio music. Are there any video game soundtracks or specific songs that you like listening to?
  4. Even though I don't play anywhere near as much as I used to, I still consider myself a hardcore gamer at heart. I used to spend a lot of time playing video games, but I don't do that so much any more. When I first started, I would spend about five hours a day playing. Since then, other things have replaced that habit. Something I'd like to do this summer is invest a lot of time into getting good at a couple of specific games that I like that are played competitively.
  5. Gameplay is king, if PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is any indication. A game can come to be generally viewed as fun, and have relatively unremarkable looks. Even still, it's true that a lacking presentation can get a fun game in trouble. People give Capcom's latest entry in the iconic Versus series, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, a lot of flack, and that game has suffered for it (it's widely rumored that Capcom will stop supporting it soon), but most people who've played it and give it flack still feel the gameplay is top notch. That said, are there any old or new games you like that you feel aren't visually impressive?
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    Does anybody here play Minecraft as a college student?

    I used to be into it a lot about a couple of years ago, but I don't really pay attention to it that much anymore, not at all actually. I think it's a game that you can play, leave it alone for awhile and if you come back to it you can still enjoy it.
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    What game are you playing currently

    I've been working on playing Dark Souls for awhile now, but it is taking me longer to get through it than I initially thought it would. I watch a lot of Let's Plays on YouTube so I guess that makes me feel like I'm playing games. I end up not putting in time playing my own games because I'm so interested in watching other gameplay.
  8. In today's gaming market certain genres have made a resurgence, especially in the indie scene. There are a lot of genres that were kind of a product of their time but were none-the-less solid and would benefit from further iterations and modern technology. Personally I'm very happy to see that a lot of fighting games have come out in the past few years. Are there any particular genres, old-school or just uncommon, that you'd like to see more of?
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    Why you stop playing certain games

    *lose interest
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    Why you stop playing certain games

    Sometimes I've stopped playing a game because I've lost or misplaced a game, for one reason or the other. Some games I've stopped playing because after I bought the game, I'll play it for a little while, and then loose interest. There are only so many hours in the day, and certain activities take more time than others, so sometimes my gaming has to take a backseat. Not often though.
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    Some Gaming Tips

    In video game play, as in all things, some people do have a natural talent for it straight out of the gate, while others seem to have to work really hard on it. Honestly, I think that if you dive into something and don't find a hook, it may not be for you, at least not at that time. A crucial tool in modern games is the ability to record and re-watch your own gameplay, as well as picking up techniques from the pros. This way you can pick apart your own actions and identify strengths and weaknesses. Everyone's brain works different. Not every game is for everybody. There are certain things some people may just be unable to do mentally, or even physically, especially in the case of more high-paced, decision intensive competitive games, like fighting games, where 1/60 of a second and a single pixel can be the difference between winning and losing. I think improving in games is the same for anything else: start off by finding at least one small thing you really like about the game you've chosen to play that you're able to get into and improve on. Try to get a feel for how to perform that action, create that situation, recapture that moment you really liked at one point. This is where recording your own gameplay can come in too, figuring out what it was that you did or experienced that you liked, and zeroing in on that.

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