Most of people i know play FPSs Multiplayer. They barely even touch it MP. And when i come and tell them how beautiful TLoU is, they are like why don't you play COD. You are not a real gamer.
I just don't get why people don't like single player. I believe most beautiful stories can be told through games, they make you feel and care for a character. And even if some do play, they skip the cutscenes. It's really bizzare!
They don't even buy third person games.
And games like COD are garbage, its the same game over and over and over again.
I have seen people who play GTA only for driving **bleep** cars. They don't even play any mission!!!
I had just bought one COD and then i was done with it.
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heck no bro, those gamers are disease to the gaming to me, as huge socom fan i find it very annoying third person shooters get no love from the industry know days.
also, WHAT THE FUDGE IS SOO FUN ABOUT....
Nah, Real gamers or I would say a true gamer knows how to play and plans a strategy, either in SP or MP. Most of real games plays single-player game depends on their choice, and when it comes in MP, they don't rant like other noobs claiming they're dominating. I was like that.
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Nope. They're in no way the real gamers. I adore single player and I rarely play Multiplayer.
Single player games have a great artistic value in their graphics, storytelling, narration, cutscenes, everything.
It's just that a lot of people don't have or just aren't willing to invest time in stories, like those who used to skip all cutscense in PS1 and PS2 games when there wasn't any online gaming, back then. Some just wanna shoot some monsters or enemies and be done with it.
A real gamer is a sentient being that exists on this physical plane, and uses a portion of that existence playing video games. Period.
If you want to debate the level "truth" of any self-proclamation of that designator, you're reading too much into our culture. Also, our culture of gaming has suffered enough ostracization over the last 35+ years. Do we really need to segregate ourselves?