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  1. Is there a game you default to when something goes wrong? I.e. if a game is driving me crazy glitching or my pain levels are too high to focus on something I really want to give my all to, I default to Skyrim.
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  2. That's true too, but people get killed for wearing a protective face mask during a pandemic. So we should be more concerned about the mental health pandemic more than an innocent action that can get you killed. Cause to me, that real life violence actually should be the video game. But to intensely listen to a conversation you are having with someone as much as a dialogue, that may be a workable approach to curb attention issues. I can see that being a real strategy. Just don't accidentally punch the MF when you meant to check your phone. LOL
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  3. Just watching the trailer, my heart was pounding, and I had to remind myself several times to FUCKING BREATHE. Unholy shit!
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  4. It can also be distracting in day light which is often low based on seasons and various flashy RGB can be pretty irritating too.
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  5. killamch89

    Last Game Played

    I'm getting Resident Evil Village this week - the game looks very scary - I have to play it.
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  6. killamch89

    How is GreedFall?

    I haven't gotten around to finishing it yet as I've been busy with a few other games but it does get a tad repetitive in certain areas and it's one of the main reasons I can't name it as one of the best games I've played in the past few years.
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  7. My sentiments exactly - they couldn't even get the basics right and they actually tried to market this as an alternative to the Xbox Gamepass and other cloud gaming platforms.
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  8. DylanC

    Last Game Played

    Resident Evil Village, Returnal and Minecraft
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  9. The more violent the game, the more relaxing it is for me. Hatred is a great game for relaxation for me. It's just a mass killing spree. I get to let my frustrations out on innocent people, and my anxiety goes down. Sure, you kill things in other games, but not like this.
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  10. No, i don't like stealthing past enemies, but not for a lack of achievement. But I don't like leaving active threats behind my back. If I get discovered later it's better to know that there will be nobody running up to me from behind.
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  11. That's an interesting question. I've had socialization problems and tend to live as a hermit. But I think I am fairly a social being when in the right crowds. Living in klanville, I don't want to have anything to do with anyone around here. Not at the store, not with neighbors, not anytime, no matter the mood. I have felt the difference in crowds and how my anxiety can completely break off me like a shell when around diverse people. For me, it would still be hard to imagine being in a game and be carefree, while knowing I may have to go to war against my neighbors. It is there in our minds now
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  12. Azure Dreams, for Playstation 1.
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  13. Maybe if a person has a fear of something, they can play that scenario in games and maybe help cope through it by gaining confidence and experience to overcome. Or playing something that relaxes and puts the mind in a better existence has a natural anti anxiety effect. And even playing a game that you can relate personally with the story, can relieve some stagnant emotions.
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  14. Under microsoft, I think a lot of game studios are safe because the reason being the microsoft is developer friendly space. They retain good things, except their failure of the mixer network, everything seems to be not so bad.
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  15. A drunk father, an uninvolved mother, a delinquent 10 year old son, an 8 year old feminist daughter with an IQ of 108, and a baby that wanders around falling and sucking its pacifier non stop. Yeah, everyone can relate to that.
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