Have Video Games Gone to Far?

Have Video games gone to Far?

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its just a game dude. they put a mature stamp on it so that ideally, the people playing it can already separate fantasy from reality. and honestly, most of the people that are doing all the hating on xbl are either super drunk or else on something. or else it goes "aaah i hate you im gonna kill everybody and rape your corpse and wear your skin as a jacket GAME OVER oh good job guys that was a really fun game lets play again some time who wants to party up?".

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Is it true you don't have a life if you play video Games?

But we judge anyways, we are humans after all, and we often express those judgments of other, regardless if they are right or wrong, because their based on personal perceptions. Take for example Bone Alone; I do not like his comments, his ground for which "has no life". I also do not like is immature username and picture… But who knows, I may actually be wrong on my judgment of his username and picture, he may have some highlighting and meaningful reason to have selected such a combination. Something other than the immature expression of posting a child with a shocked face, and changing the name of a movie to a more sexual term "Bone" to complete an illusion of perversion. Back to the main point. "People who camp out for a game just to be the first person to get a game has no life." The way I read this is: People who have dedication and commitment towards a hobby (or anything for that matter); have no life. Expressed by anyone camping out to get a video game, or camping out to get super bowl tickets, camping out to be the first person to vote in the polls for the next president of the United States; all apparently have no lives. Hell, I arrive at the barber shop early and wait for the doors to open so I can be the first person to get a haircut. I mean really, I got s**t to do I do not want to wait for 5 other people to get their hair cut first, but apparently I have no life because of it. Again I could be wrong on my judgment; you may only think this specifically towards video game related hobbies, you have a prejudice against gamers, where if it were any other hobby you would be fine with." Again: People who have dedication and commitment towards a hobby; have no life. Their reason, because it differs from your own, is now judged less meaningful. I do not even know how to express how wrong that is. Granted I do not really like people who play solely for points, trophies, and achievements, but I am not going to demean them for their reason for playing, that's just ethically wrong. "People who call in sick just to play a game has no life. Think chumlee from pawn stars who called in sick just so that he can play FIFA." I brought this one up more for the joke of it. Completely agree you should not call in sick just to play video games. By doing so you may be causing and increased workload on co-workers, if you really want to play some games then schedule some time off in advance; be responsible and mature. But Bone, common, you are trying to place judgment on other's lives as being less meaningful when YOU JUST REFFERENCED A REALITY TV SHOW. What does that say about your life?

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EMERGENCY!!!!! What is the best way to find video games tester jobs in your area?

Yes, there are jobs as video game testers, but the name is decieving. You will probably need to have decent education in programming to be able to identify the many, many, many, MANY problems that you will encounter from playing, to answer your second question. Many people think that video game testers just sit around and play games all day, but this is NOT the case. Game testing is a long, tedious process that will leave you hating video games for the rest of your life. If you are a gamer, leave the testing to the professionals. Sorry to burst your bubble.

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Best Video Games and Tech News Website??I would recommend a few websites to you. IGN is the biggest video game website out there. The have a lot of very interesting articles on all of the systems and review just about every game that comes out. New content is added all of the time, so it's worth checking out daily. They also have a "gear" sections which has technology articles, news, and reviews I would highly recommend them. Another great website is GamesRadar.com. This site does not do anything other than video games, but they are extremely good at what they do. I trust their reviews more than anyone's, and their opinion articles are absolutely hilarious (especially during their (week of hate" which just happened). Check out N4G.com as well. It does not have it's own content, but is rather a website that posts the most interresting video game news articles from all around the web. Here you will find articles from IGN, GamesRadar, GameSpot, Kotaku, Destructoid, and all of the other sites out there (I would recommend all of those sites as well if you are looking for more). It's a great one-stop-shop if you are looking for a quick update on what is happening in the world of gaming. As far as technology websites, I frequent Gizmodo.com and Dvice.com. I am not sure who owns Gizmodo, but Dvice is run by the SyFy network (though rest assured, the information on the sight is not science fiction). Both of these sights do an excellent job of presenting tech stories from all areas of technology. There are some pretty amazing pieces on there that I would recommend to anyone interested in tech.— — — — — —Can I get paid for playing video games?No, you cannot make a living off of playing video games. Unless you are amazing at one particular game and are lucky enough to get sponsors for whatever reason. You can get paid for testing them, like they do out in California. They always have conventions and what not and some of them pay the testers. You can be a video game tester and make. enough money to live. But it is not playing video games. And it's freelance work, you are not actually employed by a company. So there is no guaranteed work.— — — — — —How can I study instead of playing video games>?Study somewhere that does not HAVE video games. Study at school. Find a cubical. Do it in the car. Sit on the bleachers in the gym or field. Borrow a desk in your favorite teacher's classroom. Go to the library. Sit in the hall. Try the kitchen table. Study at a regular time. Before school. After school. During study hall (instead of talking about video games). At 7:00 every night. Right after (or right before) your shower. When you meet your sweety in the library. Use visual aids. Make your own flash cards. Draw pictures. Make your pictures symbolic. Think up songs or acronyms. Make a flow chart or time line. Use props as memory aids. Build a city/experiment/display for extra credit. Make fake tests (with answers) based in summary or questions at the end of each chapter. Diagram a devious plot to steel the Teacher's Edition of your text book. (mostly kidding on that one).— — — — — —I'm addicted to video games?It might be tough because once I just did not want to stop playing video games. All you have to do is like do something you like for example go outside or hang out with friends. If that does not help just try to resist yourself from playing video games. Hope this helps, best answer :)— — — — — —What is your opinion on girls that play video games?I am a girl. I think there's nothing special about it. It seriously annoys me nowadays how some girls brag about playing video games because they are a girl. It's no big deal. Do not brag or complain about someone partaking in a certain hobby because of their gender, it's childish. I wish your sister luck in quest to become a video game designer.— — — — — —Why are video games so addicting ?When I was still in the secondary school I played video games a lot simply because there was nothing better to do. I love hanging out with my friends, but I am not one of those people who enjoy hanging out for hours outside by simply goofing around outside or sitting on the bench doing nothing. Video games allow to socialize with other people online which is very fun indeed. Entertainment is always addictive. Now I work 40 hours a week and still play video games when got time, simply because it's fun activity ^_^ Though now when I am employed there's barely any time to play them compared to how much I played them in the past. Video games also are "stress killers". When a person is depressed or stressed out, gaming allows to cool that person off. There was actually a discussion about it not so long ago. Heh, the only positive thing I heard about games on the news in a long time. Sadly there's also real video game addiction to some people. People who try to hide from the own life in video games. These kind of people do not look for jobs, sit a home for weeks and barely socialize in real life. Reason? Life in video games is a lot more fun than in real life, simple as that.
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