Thread: Casual and Mobile Gamers are ruining games. An interesting video theorising the effect the casual gamer is having on modern games. Letting more people play a game, in principle, is a good thing. He isn't just trying to make an elitist flex here, he's just plain wrong as well. Gamers will be forced to either accept micro-transactions or the fact AAA games are no longer designed for them.
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Get the fuck over it, dude.
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Casual Gamers aren't ruining games. The idea of a skill gap being a good thing, the idea of making things hard to get people to try harder at them, all of these things are generally wrong and have been shown to be wrong time and time again and typically only serve to pander to this concept that people should always try to be better than others so they feel that they are superior. This is also why art is dead. Casual Gamers on the other hand, become discouraged easily.
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|Developers share much of the blame, as instead of having optional streamlining say auto-levelling they instead strip out all the complexity. You are commenting using your Google account. Instead, you actually want to experience the journey, and that requires you to learn new things, acquire new skills, and generally improve over the course of the experience.
The TLDR for those of you unable or unwilling to watch a 12 minute video is this: - The difference between casual and hardcore gamers isn't dependant of how long or often you play, but whether you are willing to do difficult content and risk failure. Now, no one is forcing anyone to buy any of this extra content, and I tend to avoid it since its never anything that disrupts gameplay, but once it starts becoming something that DOES disrupt gameplay then it becomes a huge problem for real gamers!
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Casual and Mobile Gamers are ruining games
Wherever i I don't choose to let the toxic elements ruin the experience for me. The raging. 10 Controversial Ways Gamers Are Ruining Gaming.
From constant ignorance to reinforcing bad consumer habits, the community is all over the. When I play games with my friends online now, we're never trashing each other anymore, rather, we're banding together to fend off a verbal assault from a crew.
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However, since Casual Gamers have been revealed as such a powerful market force, there has been a large movement to pull them into the traditional gaming sphere, starting with the 7 th gen of console gaming.
I find myself agreeing with a some of his comments, but also can't help but feel a sense of elitism here. Gamers will be forced to either accept micro-transactions or the fact AAA games are no longer designed for them.
He's completely wrong, nothing can be done, and IMHO people need to get this "difficult content and risk failure" concept out of their heads. Notify me of new posts via email.
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The problem I see is that they are mixing the two options together, which is causing a lot of grief with their hardcore player base. Mobile Gamers aren't ruining games. Seems like an awfully long video to just say that they are old and upset that video gaming trends no longer apply to them. The Wii was most successful at doing so, but most modern HD consoles now advertise themselves as multi-purpose entertainment platforms to some extent.
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All of those games you listed are great.