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Submitted by TristanP_ObViews 457d ago | opinion piece

5 Ways to Get Better at Video Games

Despite what your parents may think video games aren’t mindless, they require thought and skill. Well at the very least all of the good ones do. Enjoying video games whilst being bad at them is completely possible since modern video games are generally more forgiving. A lot of people get better over time and their default difficulty setting slowly rises as they play more and more games. However there are ways to advance up to the hardest difficulty quicker than simply practising. (Culture)

stanr  +   457d ago
You forgot to say "play game in hard mode", that always seems to work for me - LOL. But this is a well written guide.
TristanP_ObViews  +   457d ago
This is for the people who have difficulty playing on hard mode as well as those who seek to be better at multiplayer.

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