Kombo: We feel it every time we turn on the power, that sensation that only video games create. It's in the anticipation, the learning, the thrill of success, and the pain of defeat. We all play games for the experience that they deliver to us. We want to feel the fun, the excitement, and various other emotions that can be triggered during a good game session. But how are these feelings created?
What about a game causes us to love and/or loathe it? It can be a difficult question to answer and I'm sure most gamers have pondered it from time to time. The experience is what fuels our hobby after all, and it drives us to continue playing and feeling more and more games.