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Single Player or Multiplayer Games?

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This is a discussion on Single Player or Multiplayer Games? within the Video Games forums, part of the Book, Music, & Movie Reviews category; I would say both. At my prime in online multiplayer, I had a lot of fun. But the condition was ...

  1. #31

    I would say both.

    At my prime in online multiplayer, I had a lot of fun. But the condition was playing with other friends most of the time. I made friends online which was actually interesting, that's something I haven't done in years unfortunately.

    I also enjoy split-screen online multiplayer. Some games have gotten stale and this remains the only proper way to play these games.

  2. #32

    Single player, I prefer to concentrate on the game more

  3. #33

    Single player... even if you get the option to play with others on campaign... speaking of my experience you get a better experience from a game by playing solo and you can also understand the game better without others interfering. I don't mind multiplayer to have some matches here and there but I prefer to problem solve through levels to give myself some pride and I also enjoy problem solving in general anyway.
    Last edited by SteadySteve; 12-07-2019 at 02:48 PM.

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  5. #34

    I play both. If the multiplayer has a great community and I make friends and we interact constantly then I much prefer those but I do enjoy solo adventures. Both have pros and cons.
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  6. #35

    Quote Originally Posted by NeonMidget View Post
    I play both. If the multiplayer has a great community and I make friends and we interact constantly then I much prefer those but I do enjoy solo adventures. Both have pros and cons.
    I am exactly the same. Right now I'm looking for a new solo game to play, because I need a break from MMOs. The downside to single player games is you can achieve and sometimes build so much, but there is nobody to see it or share it with. I guess you can stream, but that's not the same.
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  7. #36

    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberry Lemonade View Post
    I am exactly the same. Right now I'm looking for a new solo game to play, because I need a break from MMOs. The downside to single player games is you can achieve and sometimes build so much, but there is nobody to see it or share it with. I guess you can stream, but that's not the same.
    I've never really played a multiplayer game where other people cared about my accomplishments anyway, outside of playing coop with friends.
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  8. #37

    Quote Originally Posted by Pifanjr View Post
    I've never really played a multiplayer game where other people cared about my accomplishments anyway, outside of playing coop with friends.
    While I can appreciate your point that that is often the case, I have certainly seen exceptions. For an example I will mention the game Star Wars: The Old Republic, an MMO that I used to play often. You having a housing system in the game where decorate your house how you like and can have people visit it. Also, if you beat certain content you can put those picture trophies on your wall. Additionally, you can get special titles and mounts from your accomplishments and I've complimented people on theirs and have received compliments likewise. Many MMOs have similar systems and even a house rating system.

    It's just not the same as when in say Fallout 4 when I used mods and built some amazing little towns, but nobody really got to check them out.
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  9. #38

    Back in 2005-2006 I was very invested in an MMORPG called maplestory and I was totally immersed in that community, It was probably the beginning of my introverted lifestyle. I still wonder what happened to all the people I had gotten to know and formed so many early memories with.
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  10. #39

    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberry Lemonade View Post
    While I can appreciate your point that that is often the case, I have certainly seen exceptions.
    I realise this is mostly my inability to connect to other people in an MMO, not a flaw of MMOs themselves. I have a friend who managed to start every MMO with getting a ton of free stuff from friends he made in the game.

    It's just not the same as when in say Fallout 4 when I used mods and built some amazing little towns, but nobody really got to check them out.
    This is why I don't really bother with aesthetics in video games. Even in Minecraft I rarely built anything pretty, it's all functional.

    Then again, I don't really care about aesthetics outside of games either.

  11. #40

    Quote Originally Posted by NeonMidget View Post
    Back in 2005-2006 I was very invested in an MMORPG called maplestory and I was totally immersed in that community, It was probably the beginning of my introverted lifestyle. I still wonder what happened to all the people I had gotten to know and formed so many early memories with.
    I've never played it, but I watched reviews for Maplestory on youtube. I know it was immensely popular.
    Yeah, sometimes I'll see someone on my friends list in a game and wonder what happened to them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pifanjr View Post
    I have a friend who managed to start every MMO with getting a ton of free stuff from friends he made in the game.
    I've received some free stuff myself, and have given away some free things. When I played SWTOR regularly I used to give away speeders (mounts) to new players because I had so many and didn't need the pittance of in-game money you'd get from selling them. When I'm making money in game I usually aim to make a larger amount at end-game from players than can afford it. There's no need to nickel and dime new players to death and turn them off from the game thinking they can't have anything decent in game for months.
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