Stop Rushing Through Games, Slow Down And Enjoy Them

Geek Revolt writes "Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim comes out on November 11th—but let’s press fast-forward. On the 17th (or earlier), someone will log into a forum, and announce to the world that they “already” conquered the game. Now, you’re probably thinking, there’s no way anyone could beat such an epic adventure in less than a week. So they’re either lying, or their social life is nonexistent. Let’s assume they’re telling the truth. There are a few problems with this speedy approach. Here’s why they should stop rushing through games."

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WharenPeace2757d ago

I couldn't agree more with this opinion piece. I've slowed down in my gaming, and try to experience as much of it before moving onto the next game. It's difficult though, because the next-must-have game is being hyped everywhere, and you're still playing the same game, but you really get more out of it, if you take your time and experience it to the fullest (and I don't mean just silly achievement whoring, just enjoying the story, the gameplay and even replaying it).

DeeZee2757d ago

Yeah, it get's hard around the holiday season. That's why I'm still finishing game in January sometimes. Like this year, I know I'm going to take my time with ME3 and Uncharted 3. And as far as Skyrim goes, it'll probably take me until March of 2012 to complete ha-ha :)