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Bonus question: What bad habits do you have when playing single-player titles?
Bad Habits in single-player games? I’m not sure I have any gaming bad habits that are exclusive to single-player games. But in both multiplayer and single-player I have a tendency of getting really wrapped up in a style of play that I don’t particularly enjoy or drive doggedly toward an in-game goal I set for myself, not consciously realizing I’m not actually enjoying playing anymore. Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): I’ve been really into Star Wars Galaxies Legends (I know, I know) this week, so I’ll probably keep at it. I hit another milestone in my chef’s revenue there, plus they added a new questline with the Attack of the Clones rickshaw as the final reward, so I really need to go do it.
I have always had the tendency to play happily for a while and then realize I hate a thing in the game and either go off to find a mod to fix it or make a mod to fix it myself. This usually spirals out of control until my game is more mod than original. I often find fixing things and tinkering with them more fun than playing – which is 1) why games like The Sims and The Elder Scrolls etc. are really appealing to me and 2) why MMOs are good for me because they break me out of the cycle and force me to just play. Unless they have moddable UIs, and then… well… Carlo Lacsina (@UltraMudkipEX): It’s going to be a Guild Wars 2 kind of day! I just got to the latest story map and I want to finish the story content at least. Not much planned.
As for bad habits in single player games, it’s randomly alt-tabbing. I’m training myself not to alt-tab so much since it really does get in the way of the immersion. I also have a tendency to get bored pretty easily because I’m so used to just getting to the gameplay part rather than sitting through long cutscenes or exposition. I’m not sure if that’s a bad habit, or if it’s my opinion on long cutscenes on videogames manifesting itself, but I certainly know I perceive a cutscene as a “hurdle” to my fun. Chris Neal (@wolfyseyes, blog): I am less than a week away from Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries and I am absolutely chomping at the bit to the point that I might try Mechwarrior Online to slake my need. Otherwise, I’m probably going to very casually dip into Final Fantasy XIV or Citadel: Forged with Fire. I dunno. I need my big stompy robots.
Single-player games seem to frustrate me rather easily lately, which I feel like is my fault and thus is a bad habit. I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting old or bad or both, but there are things about some games that aggravate me more than MMOs do. Like, for instance, the stupid level traversal in Jedi: Fallen Order or the peanut brittle weapons in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): Aside from my usual time in FFXIV, I might do some more Alterac Valley leveling in World of Warcraft, toy around a bit in No Man’s Sky or some single-player titles, and also head out for holiday shopping. You know, that sort of thing.
My weirdly bad habit with single-player games is to blow through all the difficult parts of a game, get myself up to the final boss with a great kit and all the power I need to take on that conclusion, and then… stop. Never beat the actual game. It’s one of the reasons I’ve gotten in the habit of powering through in full-on focused mode once I get past a certain point, since otherwise I know it’s just going to not get beaten. Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): I’m working hard on my December goals of finishing up FFXIV Heavensward and Lord of the Rings Online Minas Morgul, so that’s where my primary gaming focus is going to be this weekend. As for the bonus question, probably the worst habit I used to have is buying games on sale that I never played. I am much more disciplined about that these days – and I actually do pretty well getting through my GOG and Steam backlogs. Mia DeSanzo (@neschria): I am going to play some Destiny 2, some GW2, and Black Desert Online.
I generally try not to commit unnecessary virtual violence, but sometimes I just have to put down a whole camp, village, or faction, Anakin-style. Samon Kashani (@thesamkash): More ArcheAge Unchained. I’m not sure if I’ve been slowing down or if the leveling curve really slows down; either way I’m pushing through.
My worst habit is definitely saving all my consumables… indefinitely. Maybe I’ll need them for the boss. Not this one… the next one. Maybe the next one. Okay, that’s the end of the game, guess those potions weren’t needed. Tyler Edwards: Probably more Age of Empires II DE. It’s just so good. I can’t pull myself away for long. Maybe might dip into Kingdom Under Fire II again; we’ll see.
Bonus question: You know that thing where you save the game, but then you start doubting yourself and you immediately save again?