Pure Nintendo: "In the 90’s, when someone said, “I finished Super Mario Bros., Contra, Mega Man, TMNT 1, etc,” most of our original reactions have something to do with admiration. “Wow that person is truly skilled at games.” Now, when a list of finished games is read to us, “Call of Duty, Darksiders, and Assassin’s Creed,” we don’t have that same reaction. “Oh, you sure have a lot of time to play games, you must be a true gamer.” We have gone from a gamer being someone who is good at video games to simply someone who has a lot of time to play video games."
No! I won't stop being lazy! I'd jump at this article like a wild cheetah if I weren't too lazy to get off my couch...
90's- Where beating a game made you feel like you accomplished something. Almost every game today is so short it's ridiculous.
I play games to relax, not to work up a sweat.
If I wanted to workout Id hop on my stationary bike.
Two games that I still have not beaten...
Kid Nikki and The Simpsons: Bart vs the Space Mutants.
But I will some day.
Agree, now days people call a game difficulty "fake" when they are not skilled, so yes i agree gamers are becoming lazy.
People complain about P4G "MC dies Game Over" feature when they are given the right tool to avoid it, lazy gamers.