Spawn Kill: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Loss

Molotov Cupcake of Spawn Kill writes: "I love to win. The smug sense of superiority I get when I overcome my opponents simply cannot be matched sometimes. It's amusing to me to know that I have conquered friends, family, and strangers. It's a license to brag. For a few shining moments, I am revered as something magical. Unstoppable. Truly the greatest. That is, until the next round when a bullet sets up camp in my character's head."

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Snarkasaur3470d ago

If there's one thing gaming taught me, it's that there is always someone better. -_-

rrquinta3470d ago

I've never been a super competitive person... I've always found it more fun to just play and enjoy yourself than be super focused on winning... but I know a lot of people get caught up in the "Win, win, win" mentality, unfortunately...

futur3man3470d ago

I haven't been better than average at any game since the first release of America's Army, or back when I played CS years and years ago. Accepting the fact that I'm going to have some dude ducking up and down on my head every time I get shot has made games a lot more fun.