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Posts posted by Heatman

  1. Back in the days when I was still a kid, there wasn't anything like a fixed time for playing video games for me. I played games whenever I can, even when I'm meant to be sleeping, I'll be up and still playing games. 

    It's not so much the same thing with me now as I barely have enough time in the 24 hours in a day to finish all I needed to do that's work related. Unless I'm off work, it's when I'll have time to play at home after having a good rest. If I'm at work, it's going to be when I'm back from work, probably around 9-10pm I might be up to play. 

    What's your usual time for playing games now? 

  2. I can remember very well back in the days when we were kids, playing video games was a big deal for us. I would play with my peer group friends almost all day without being burnt out. 

    Becoming adults, I still kept on with playing that way until recently when I had so much responsibilities that I couldn't spare much time for gaming. This was what pulled on my gaming time and made it lean. 

    Have you stopped playing heavily or you're still able to spin it like you used as a kid? 

  3. Personally, I would say that it's very important to find the right balance between how much you're spending on games and how much time you're investing in it that matters most. One of my watch words have always been that too much of everything is bad. It's why I don't go overboard with how much I invest in playing video games today. 

    How do you see yourself with how much time and money you're investing in video games? 

  4. What kind of video games do you play have your your gaming platform that you play most of the time? Are those games safe enough for you to allow your kids play them or them sneaking in to play when you're not at home? There are gamers who prefer playing adult rated games which isn't good for kids to play such games in my opinion. 

    Do you allow your kids play your video games?

  5. The gaming industry have come a very long way with how it have developed over the last couple of years. Who still remembers the days of the gaming magazines? There used to be a time when I wouldn't miss going to look for them because of what I can get from them. Now, it's very rare for you to hear gamers talking about gaming magazines. 

    What was the last time you had a gaming magazine? 

  6. It's very rare for you to see a gamer who never upgraded his console by still playing on the first console playing games was introduced to him. There might be especially for those we started playing games on PS5, so they don't have anything to upgrade to. 

    After upgrading your gaming console, what do you usually to with your old console? Do you sell it or box it or gift it out to your friends/family member? 

  7. As there are different video games, so there are different game developers. It would have been a big chaos if it was just one game developer that makes all the games we play. The developer wouldn't even have enough time to made all the games fans wants to play.

    With that being said, which game developer have been your favorite and what's their game that you love so much? 

  8. As long as you're not into only playing free games, you will have to spend money for the video games that you wish to play. Depending on the kind of games you're into, it may be costing you about $60-$70 for the games. If can't afford paying for those games, you will be sidelined from playing them until you can buy them. 

    Are there games you wished to have started playing this year but as a result of funds to pay for them, you haven't started? 

  9. I've seen so many custom made controllers which by my examination, they all look good. I've seen a Manchester United custom made PS5 controller, I was so tempted to get it because I'm a Manchester United fan through and through. 

    But recently, I came across what would be arguably the best custom made controller in the world. Take a look and tell me what you think about this controller? 



  10. There are so many video games that's already set in motion to be released this year 2024. Which one of them happens to be your most anticipated amongst the rest? Would you be interested in pre ordering the game or not? 

    For me, it's going to be Hades 2 that I can't wait to play once it's released. Although, there's no specific date announced for it yet. 



  11. I've known some gamers who doesn't care one bit about DLCs to the games they're playing. As long as as the DLCs are sold, they're never going to consider buying it. 

    Do you like buying and playing DLCs? How important do you think they are to the games? 

  12. Fortnite is one of most popular battle royale game today. It's played my millions of people. Even though it's a free game, it doesn't stop gamers to play it with all the microtransactions in the game which skins is one of them. 

    When was the last time you bought a new skin in Fortnite?

    What's your favorite fortnite skins 

  13. Well, it's very obvious with Sonic games. The fanbase is something else when it comes to how they follow the game. I do love the game but I'm shocked how it's fanbase get the way they are. 

    Other games like Pac-Man, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Super Smash Bros and Donkey Kong all have strong cult following fanbase. 

  14. On 2/20/2024 at 8:08 PM, The Blackangel said:

    I was going to say Mario as well. I've never seen a game with so many spinoffs. But since you already gave that one, the only other two I can think of would be Zelda and Sonic. They both have so many oddball entries in their franchise that it can't be said that they don't do any kind of spinoff.

    Spot on mentioned Sonic. There's tons of spin-offs with the game too. I'm a sonic fan but there's no way I would be able to play them all. I recently joined a Sonic gaming forum, there are so many discussion on those spin-offs. 

  15. 3 hours ago, killamch89 said:

    They're both interconnected as sharpening your memory tends to help your thought process. They're not the same thing though. It's somewhat muddled because crossword puzzles depend primarily on memory of certain words. Other types of puzzle games tend to refine your thinking process.

    I figured as well. In the end, it's all about the kind of video games that someone is playing to begin with that would have it takes to sharpening their memory. There are games which are just baseless with or what the gameplay is about. 

  16. 3 hours ago, killamch89 said:

    Which shows that social media has done a lot of good for some gamers as it's allowed them to earn from doing what they love the most.

    Definitely, it's a big yes for those whom have been able to break into that first circle of streamers. They have had it easy compared to what new streamers are facing today. 

  17. 3 hours ago, killamch89 said:

    I was just throwing a bit of banter. I'm not sure why Fortnite players get so offended by that statement though - I've heard that from someone about almost every game I've ever played and I'm unfazed.

    I know you are mate, it's nothing serious. I would say that some if not all Fortnite gamers are too emotional about the game. It's why they lose it whenever the game is being castigated. 

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