Submitted by fathoms 1106d ago | opinion piece

It's Amazing How Much Less Stressful Offline Gaming Is

While the entire world has gone multiplayer crazy this generation, there are some people who only see online entertainment as being HIGHLY stressful. (Culture)

Godmars290  +   1106d ago
You're not having to worry about performing for the group or having a five year old curse you out. Of course its less stressful.

Then again companies make more money from "social" gaming so they making less SP titles.
jerethdagryphon  +   1106d ago
im an offline only player (other then dicking around in gt5 with my brother or best friend)and i feel i enjoy my gaming more
e-p-ayeaH  +   1105d ago
multilayer stresses me out quite a lot sometimes just because of the loud noises and constant need for attention and skill.

co-op isn't stressful for me but when i want to truly relax i just play something offline like turn based JRPG or a nice and colorful 3D platforming game like Epic Mickey.
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