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    The Best Console Of All Time!?

    Technology is ever-changing and everyone can clearly see that, however, that doesn't mean that all of the previous hardware is not held in high regard even for the current era. Consoles have come a long way from having absolutely no saves available to memory card slots to full blown hard drives and variations of them.        Obviously, the quality of games and how much that can be rendered and loaded into one shot has been outdoing it itself consistently, but sometimes it's more so just about the overall vibe of the console rather than the features that half of us never really use, yet it sells itself to us. Back when controllers looked like extensions of arcade game or just when they had long cords that we'd constantly yank out of frustration and end up blowing the end of it to make it temporarily function properly, hell, we use to have to blow the games. Not only that, but back when the disc trays weren't as stable, so they discs would scratch up after extended use and the consoles would overheat fairly quickly. Some of that was just a part of the experience, which we can look back on and laugh or appreciate, however, if we were in those same conditions for the present day, then we would be forever talking shit about it. Life was definitely simple when it was just a matter of getting a game and playing it, instead of getting the game, getting the dlc, getting the bundle, preordering, etc, etc. This doesn't hinder the experience of gaming to say that it was better previously, being that these things present more options and opportunities for gamers, although, it is something to consider if we're merging the current route of gaming and the back to the basics style of gaming.          Personally, I think the best console for me would be a tie between the N64 and the PS2. The N64 has such a cool looking design in my opinion, and the controller looked kind of like the logo of it, but I guess that was apart of the gimmick. Not to mention, the cool looking game art on the cartidges that gave this epic retro/modernized look for games at the time. Even blowing the game slot was apart of the experience as you'd play with friends and come across a game breaking glitch that was resolved by one or two birthday blows into the game. The PS2 was just a system that everyone around me seemed to have, so we'd trade games like Yugioh cards and even borrow memory cards so we could play from someone who had maybe all the game characters or levels unlocked. I'm aware that there was network gameplay capabilities on the PS2, but I've never seen anyone who actually used it, knew how to use it, or even knew what it was for.  Those two consoles are the ones I appreciate the most in terms of the games that they've introduced me to that will probably never be replicated again really. Sure, there's plenty of N64 emulators and such, but it's hardly the same, and for the PS2 it's very desolate and not as easy to find, but there are some out there. (Link me some and it'll be our little secret).        There are many other consoles that I could say are my favorite ones, but that doesn't really mean that they are the best ones. I would categorize that quite differently because your favorites aren't always the best and vice-versa, but enjoyable regardless.        In short, everyone has a console that they would consider to be the best because of its affect on their gaming experience, as well as the timing of it in their personal lives. I'd be interested to see what everyone's favorite is, and why? Leave a comment!

    The Best Game Trilogy!?

    The saying "third time's a charm" is a ritual for lots of video game franchises. Usually after the third game, they go off into a bunch of spin-off series that can be just as prominent as the original sagas, but ultimately don't recapture that same level of story telling and sense of adventure. From the old Spyro game trilogy, to the resistance games, the modern warfare games, the Jak & Dexter games, the original Devil May Cry trilogy, and now the newer ones, like Borderlands 3's release, there is always a sense of closer that is given when the third game arrives.             My favorite personal trilogy would be the Assassin's Creed Ezio trilogy. It's great to go through a story that links between 3 games, and they all stay true and consistent to the character and the time period/locations that they were set to. You start off as Ezio, literally as a baby that had just been born, and them you play from that point up until when he's an old man that's trying to find the truth of the assassin's order. It's games like that, that have impact on the player where they feel as if they lived through an entirely separate lifetime.            Alternatively, the trilogy could be just a few classic/highly regarded games that are from the same developer. For example, if you were to buy a trilogy from Rockstar Games that included GTA 4, GTA 4: The Ballad of Gay Tony, and GTA 4: The Lost And Damned, or the original three 3D games (III, Vice City, and San Andreas), or even a hybrid trilogy that included Midnight Club 3, Bully, and one of the GTA games. The best trilogies aren't always the ones that follow a consistent story, but that can also provide interesting variation of gameplay and immersion.         Regardless of such, this is just for the sake of having an overall verdict of what may be considered the best trilogy in gaming to date. Obviously everyone has their own favorites and it's opinionated, so we'll just base this on the general reception for a particular trilogy and go from there.       I'd be interested to know which ones, and why? Comment below!

    Hardest Mission In Gaming!?

    Through various seg-ways, puzzles, dungeons, set-pieces, and mission layouts, there are always those one missions that takes everyone numerous tries to complete--if they haven't given up on it already. When you just want to shove your controller up the ass of the developer for making your blood pressure rise, from sitting through such a daunting task to complete. I myself can't even begin to list the games that come to mind that have turned me over to the dark side with just one mission. I guess the point of the game is to be challenging, but it's like they sometimes shoe-horn these kinds of missions in at the last moment and then give them unnecessary conditions that make them difficult. Sometimes you even have to face them after going through an entire mission prior to that one with the same health and barely any health boosters or items to assist you.
         Other missions, for me personally, are only hard because of the time restraints, or they want you to finish a certain amount of a specific task before you reach a destination or else you're fucked. The only way to beat those missions are to strategize with the layout (eg: the amount of enemies, the enemy formations, the setting, and which abilities will be needed the most in a given part of it).       For example, I'm sure everyone by now is familiar with the term, "All you had to do was follow the damn train CJ." It's like the highest form of defeat as it relates to a trailing mission. What about on Devil May Cry 3 when you have to face Arkham as that big demon blog looking shit and you have to fight it like twice back to back with the same amount of health? It's that kind of fuckery that makes you sit there and wonder why the game wanted to test you that much. As previously mentioned, my worst enemy is time. I remember back when I played Simpsons: Hit & Run, the final mission, or something like that, was to take the canister from the power plant and take them all the way across town and have it beamed up to the alien space ship before time depleted. Needless to say, fuck that mission and fuck those aliens. It would probably be a much simpler task to me now, but back then it was top tier gaming difficulty. Or when I would play the Crash racing games and could never beat a certain racer because their car was zooted up on all kinds of shit that you didn't have for Crash, but you would have to study the map a few times just to win it. 



    I also remember back when I played through Uncharted 2 and I got to that part where the blue possessed, cursed people or whatever had came out and they were mad overpowered and I had like no ammo to fend for myself really, plus the support was being pretty useless. On that note, the same thing happened on on The Last Of Us, when I was on the part where that creeper starts chasing you around in the diner as you play with Ellie. It was damn near impossible to beat on the harder difficulty. The list goes on and on because the hardest mission doesn't even have to relate to a boss or time restraints or handicaps, it can be literally anything. There are obviously games out there designed to fuck people over, like Dark Souls or that one game where you play as the little cube and then hop across platforms to avoid vanquishing and having to start all the way over (Probably should of done research on it before mentioning it here, but this is all just from the mind), but there's many games out there like that one anyway that are indie-based.   
       
    Additionally, since everyone has a game that gave them migraines in the time of excelling past that point, I would also like to know what game is universally hard for every gamer. Like, is there a game mission that absolutely no gamer can pass on the first attempt or even the first few attempts? Some games have the intention of never being beatable, but many people find ways of exploiting that overtime. It's be interested to see which ones you all come up with. More importantly though, which game mission is the hardest to beat and why? Comment!    

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    What's Your Most Played Game!?

    This game =Your life.           Countless hours have been put into games as a collective, but everyone has maybe one to three games on average that they have chipped a ridiculous amount of time into. After a while, these games become a distant memory that you can hardly remember playing that much, or that many times, until you look at your save data and recall the adventure and commitment. Other times, there are games that you still play up to this very day and add addiional time to them, even though you've essentially become a guru of that game. Not only that, but these games may fluctuate across generations of games and consoles, some that have ported to current hardware, some that has been emulated, and some that only remain where they were originally debuted. Nonetheless, every gamer has a game or a few that they've thrown away their outside life for, in order to enjoy and abuse it further via playtime.          Personally, I've put a lot of time into mainly open-world and sandbox-esque games. For example, I've played through Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen maybe 4 times, and 3 of those times with the same character to just further progress and make different choices throughout the adventure. My save is from 5yrs ago, even though my most recent save is of late last year, and I plan on just playing through it again with my same character or just buy it on the Switch and just fuck around with it on the go with a fresh character. I've played Dishonored just as much, playing through each mission numerous times since maybe 2013 or so and choosing every possible route, outcome, and play-style for that game. Then there's games like DMC3-- where I've been playing that game since before I was even able to catch the mature references in it. I also use to play a bunch of Dragon Ball Z games to the point where I'd confidently face anyone or not sense a threat because of the amount of time I put into learning every combo and character advantages.        Some of those games don't even necessarily need to be based upon full action/immersion. They could be other games that have virtual world, social aspects to them, like Second Life, IMVU, Roblox, etc, etc. I've definitely had my huge share of being involved in those types of games too. Those games are trickier to determine the playtime though because there's no objective or progression to make in them, you just kind of play whatever avatar you please and then further invest into that game with real world currency.         I guess the main idea is to pin point which game you've played the most, for sure, instead of just a bunch of examples of which game it might be. I'd be interested to know what games we've commonly chose to worship with our time and attention, as well as ones that seem to only have value to you personally that earned your time. Comment!  

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    25 Signs Of A Pro gamer!!

    Are you a pro or nah?
     

     
         Being classified as a pro gamer is seen in many different ways, but there are some traits that they all seem to have that depicts if they actually are or not. Some people are naturally talented gamers that thrive from the start of it with no effort needed or experience required, however, regardless of such, the people who actually harness their technique to have those same results are just as applicable. That said, I've conjured up a list of 25 different, but fairly identifiable habits that most pro gamers have. 
     
    1.   You skip hints and tutorials.
        Whenever you play a game, you start off by just figuring it out yourself. I often get annoyed by the amount of hints I’m given at the start or sometimes throughout the process of just trying to create my own understanding for it. This can be a bad thing too obviously because a lot of those tips are fundamental to certain gameplay methods and you find yourself being fucked over at a later time because you skimmed through it, but you have faith that you can just play through it and understand all the details just from a second nature of playing so many other games.
     
     
    2. You start on harder difficulties.
        If you ever find yourself on a game and you start off with a decision of which difficulty you should play, then that’s another sign that you’re a pro. Most people would instantly go for a neutral playthrough, and that’s not to say that a pro can’t do that as well, but the fact that you either considered or ended up doing a harder mode is one of the many feats a pro possesses.
     
     
    3. You adapt to it quickly.
        Whether it’s a story based game or an online game, you never seem to have problems adapting to the nature of the gameplay rather quickly and eventually already start to come up with your own patterns for what works for you in the game to make it a hell of a lot easier to learn.
     

     
    4. You catch references/easter eggs.
        The references to the game franchise or to other games that you’ve played are blatantly obvious and you instantly know where it’s from, then when you go and look at the list of references that others have found about the game, which include many other easter eggs that you’ve yet to discover or never picked up on initially, you look to tie them in and theorize.
     
     
    5. You effortlessly top the leaderboards.
        Sometimes when I’m on a game, I end up being the highest player at the top for no apparent reason, and most of the time I’m not even aware as to what the fuck was even going on. I just make it to the top and then that process tends to repeat itself a few other times before I decide I want to play another game or just try playing in a way that handicaps me to give myself an extra challenge.
     
     
    6. You make leveling up methods.
        The grind can be frustrating as hell on a lot of games, but despite that, you tend to find ways that aid you with gaining more xp. You may start to farm items, or just repeatedly go against a particular boss or level of players whilst using whatever class/category of weapons or skill traits that make the process less of a bitch.
     
     
    7. Noobs annoy you most of the time.
        If you easily get frustrated about noobs and their dumb-ass playstyles that often hold up you, the team, or just the plan you have in store for success, then you’re more than likely a pro because then you can easily spot when someone or someone’s tactics are generic and petty compared to your own.
     
     
    8.  You play just as good when you’re tired.
        I’ve been as tired as an elderly lady drinking a bottle of zzzquil in some cases after doing insomniac-like playthroughs until the morning hours and much more later than that if I’m being honest. Regardless of such, I’ve still maintained my level of skill and precision when doing pretty redundant activity in a game that doesn’t even seem remotely like a threat to me. Not everyone is capable of playing a game under the distraction or weariness, so if you can function through it, you’re easily not new to this lifestyle.
     
     

     
    9. People call you out on games.
        If you’ve ever been playing a game and for whatever reason, there’s those obnoxious people on the mic and they call you all kinds of shit from A to Z just because you’re obviously better than they are or because you “stole” their kill, then you’re a pro by default. Sometimes there are reasons for a player to be that way towards you that you didn’t really pick-up on until the deed was done, but nonetheless, haters gonna hate.
     
     
    10. You disciplined your hunger and your bladder.
        I can’t stress this enough, but sometimes you’re in an intense game and you can’t pause it if it’s multiplayer related, but at the same time you’re just so ready to blow the bathroom up with whatever you’ve been holding back just to do your best in the game. That’s the dedication of a pro gamer because any normal person would of probably left in-between, but pros see their way to the end; we go all the way. Pun intended.
     
     
    11. You get all the collectibles and complete every objective.
        It can be fun to explore the game in search of all the rare items or little collectibles that sometimes are pretty meaningless to even try to get, but it never fulfills you until you get them all and see that you’ve at least done it. Or perhaps, you look at the list of optional objectives to complete and you end up finishing those before going through with the rest of the mission or completing it.
     
     
    12. You find yourself trolling a lot.
        Eventually when you start feeling yourself and not really giving a damn about someone testing you and your abilities, you start to get pretty cocky on top of your confidence, and thus, you start trolling people or just the game in general if there’s enemy AI that you’re just so ahead of being worried about. Sometimes this can be a downfall, but it’s definitely a trait that pros come to have within them.
     
     
    13. You pull off seemingly impossible actions.
          If you’re one of those people who do 360, 720, quick-scope headshots across the map, or fucked over a boss that has like 8 health bars and you didn’t take a scratch, or somehow managed to eat while playing a fighting game and had only one health bar left, but still bodied your opponent, then yeah it’s no feud about whether or not you’re a pro.
     

     
     
    14. You’re accustomed to long playthroughs.
        Pro gamers are already used to playing through the story of a game straight through with no breaks, granted it gets a lot harder to do that nowadays when the games are much longer than they use to be, ranging from maybe 7-10hrs, but now they’re like 20 to 40 to 60 hours to complete, story-wise, but that doesn’t even include the side missions and quests or just the random shit you seem to find yourself encountered with along the way.
     
     
    15.  You own multiple accounts for different reasons.
        Many pros have accounts that have their own purposes. One is their main/first playthrough account that has the most investment, and then other ones are just to have separate playstyles and aliases that they choose to go under when they play through that way, and you know, just to restart everything from the start since they’ve essentially maxed the game out already. Sometimes it’s also just as simple as having a set of friends/groups separate from one another so that you can manage your gaming life easier.
     
     
    16. You keep track of time even when you aren’t focused on it.
        I can be playing a game for a long ass time, but then somehow intuitively know that it’s probably only been about 25-30 minutes or so and usually I’m right on the nose. So, in the event that I’m trying to do something else with my time, I know how I should be playing the game to do a good enough job within that timeframe. There are times when you don’t give a damn about the time, but in situations when you need to know, you will if you’re a pro by that time.
     
     
    17. You have a preferred playstyle but are also well-rounded.
        After a while you’ll have a certain type of gameplay that defines your playstyle, but despite this, you’re still capable of playing in ways that other players can. It’s just a matter of how you’d like to accomplish whatever it may be for the game.
     
     
    18. You can easily predict what will happen next.
        Once the experience rolls in and you’ve been a veteran for a while, you start to see through all the bullshit of other players and can almost be two steps ahead of them because you’ve assessed that kind of situation so many times before that you can now even use maybe even a few methods of handling it. The same can be applied to single-player games when you can almost just tell what’s going to happen next with the story and the possible affects that may hinder you with opponents or reaching an objective.
     
     
    19. Your room gets messy and you don’t realize it.
        Many a time, I’ve been in my little gaming world where I’m cooped up in the corner of the room just focused on playing, then the process repeats itself and next thing you know, there’s bags of chips and water bottles and soda cans and just all types of other shit still sitting there from when I first started the playthrough sometimes. Then you start to realize that you need to do better with how you keep up with yourself, but it’s not easy to do when you’re a pro with only the game in mind. Yes, a lot of pros are lazy as fuck to everything else sometimes and that is the gist of this section basically.
     

     
    20. You rush other things just to continue playing.
        Much like when you’re being a lazy person and it causes problems, the same can be said about when you actually are in the midst of doing something because you then start to kinda half-ass the task in order to get back to what you actually want to be doing, gaming. Or sometimes when you know there’s a job you need to do and it’s long regardless of how much you rush it, you find ways to stall in order to not make it as stressful and frustrating before going back to the game, but in doing so, you just make it where you’ll need to go back and keep doing that task for a longer duration than you’d like to anyway.
     
     
    21. Random people invite you or try to befriend you.
        Who the hell is LateNightVibezz44 or Xratedkillah? I don’t know, maybe those names are actually people’s IDs on something, but I just made that up off the top of my head. The point is, people will try to add you and stuff, out of nowhere, even when you had no kind of interaction with them in any kind of way. They sometimes also invite you to be apart of a guild or clan or something and you realize that either all the players in it are higher levels and they’ve acknowledged you as a pro, orrrr, they’re all low levels and the person who invited you knew that you could be of value to their currently shitty team.
     
     
    22. Even as a lower level, you can hang with the higher ups.
        I don’t know how many times I’ve played a game as a noob and for some reason I’m destroying the people who have been on there all their lives or at least for a much longer time than I have. Some games don’t really matter about the level anyway as much as it does for the skill of the person playing it, but you’d think if someone has a max level and more perks than you do that they’d have more common sense than they output, but no. Therefore, you have the mindset of a pro.
     

     
     
    23. You debate with yourself on DLC.
        We buy games sometimes and just opt for getting the DLC right off the bat, but a lot pros will observe the regular aspect of the game and then determine if the DLC is even necessary and if it will make a significant impact on whether it improves their skills or not. Alternatively, pros will just get the DLC at the start when they’re already use to that kind of game and just choose to have it mainly for the gimmicks rather than adding to the gameplay.
     
     
    24. You keep the lore and details in mind.
        Knowing a lot about a game’s lore or just additional details about something can help a lot more than you think. This is something that pros know, even if sometimes they choose to not spend time trying to sift through the information of everything. Having some kind of intel on the background of a weapon, landscape, group of people, item, or origins of an ability and the pros and cons of the previously mentioned can help someone further utilize either one to their advantage.
     
     
    25. You feel out the game before making a set route for it.
        At the start of an open world game or something of that nature, I wonder around the world and test out maybe a couple of each type of activity just to get a feel for it. Or I’ll head into zones that I have no business going into, knowing that I’ll probably get my ass handed to me and die, but the point is to kind of gauge the game a bit before I make up my mind with how I’ll play it. Different games have the same types of layouts sometimes, so pros can easily determine how they’ll handle it.
     
        These are just the signs that I myself possess, as well as what I've seen from friends of mines and through social media activity of other gamers, but feel free to add to this list if you know any other traits because I'm certain that there are many, but the one's listed are just used to make people aware of them. Comment Below!
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    From TV Show To Game!?

    A game can bring stories to life in many ways that movies or books can't, because you get to interact with the characters and settings, rather than imagine it through the words or watch it through a screen with the vision of another person trying to recreate the story for audiences to hopefully enjoy.      A lot of shows out there have games that are popular, and they have some that are spin-offs to the series as well. However, a lot of those games are pretty shit when compared to the potential that they could live up to. There are those amazing Tell-Tale games that have both story and interactive parts where you can guide the narrative however you see fit, but what if we were to take some of these games to a AAA level? Both Batman Arkham series and the Tell Tale Batman series are great works, granted that the Arkham series is depicted as the definitive AAA Batman experience.    There could be a Game Of Thrones AAA game where you switch between the characters per story arc and maybe not necessarily play through the events of the show itself entirely, but mix in some additional side story lines into the game that couldn't be expressed through the show. Marvel has been in the works to make games on the level of their movies/shows, making their games on the same caliber as Marvel's Spider-Man by Insomniac Games. Essentially, there could be a realm in gaming for these shows that bring unique concepts just for them.      Even when you pick the show that you would want to make into a AAA title, how would you prioritize it? As in, who is the developer you would want for each and would it be exclusive to PC or a console? Those are different topics in themselves to be discussed, but the developer does matter in the sense that people will automatically trust what they're familiar with most of the time.    Which TV show would want made as a AAA gaming title?

     
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