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1. Don't game too much or you might spoil your gaming appetite.
For some games, I've played too much that I no longer feel the excitement or the fun of playing it.
Some are my favourite games. One of the reasons is that I've played too much. Another reason, is I've gotten so good, that it no challenges me in the same way, hence no fun.
Take a rest every week. Force yourself to take a rest for one whole day every week.
It will hopefully curb your gaming addiction.
Like what I do, I'd rest on Sundays. Refrain from any gaming.
But don't treat it as just a spiritual task, it has physical side-effects.
Trust me, Monday-night gaming will be that much sweeter.
2. If you have a NEED to play games, it means you are addicted.
If you play games, you are a gamer. If you feel the desire to play games everyday, you've already gotten sucked into the world of gaming. You need to go get a life.
Life is not about gaming. If you do nothing but gaming, you are a goner.
Every time my young cousins come to my house, they ask to use the computer. The only thing they do is play games.
One of them will go, "Can I/Let me play (the computer/the x-box) (please)?" and sound like he's been deprived. He clings onto me if I refuse him.
But I reckon kids should get more outdoor games - sports, exercise, outings than coop themselves sedentarily.
3. Gaming is a sport. But too much is not good for health.
You are more likely to develop one part of your brain and not anything else.
Do some puzzles. Read. Play some real sports - football, basketball. Or do something physically active.
Oh, and do your eyes a favor. They are important!
Lately I've been playing this game called Marvel Ultimate Alliance on the Xbox 360. Instead of writing a full-page review, I thought I'd comment about it here.The game is fantastic. The fantastic story and cinematics, dialogue and voiceovers, the charismatic characters and their enigmatic moves, makes this game a joy for new players and leaves the fans wanting more.If you like fighting games (e.g. Streets of Rage) this is the game to get. If you want to have a relaxing time (or semi-competitive mode) at home, or spending time with friends, get this game.
Though there are a few things in the game I wished to tweak, I will not prove to be a critic.
A few "cheats"
You can choose any character you want, but it's always good to Thor and Iron-man around. My team consists of those two and Spiderman and Wolverine. Currently I play with my 9-year-old cousin. He picks Wolverine.
Here are a lowdown of the characters:
Captain America: Fast, team player. Other team players:Thor and Iron-man. Now you know why you should have Thor and Tony around?
Spiderman:Nothing really good about him.
Wolverine:complete hack-and-slash. Good for offense. Other hard-hitters:Luke Cage, Blade, The thing.
Ghost rider:attacker as well as healer*. *able to resurrect but not the resurrective ability is hardly needed at all.
Basically you can choose ANY character, but there a few choice characters you should always have on your team. You can up to 4 players (including yourself), with the rest being controlled by the PC in co-operative mode. If you are playing alone, you have complete control over your team, unless you have a good team (you and your friends), then you and your buds have complete control over every aspect of the game. Because in 1-P, you cannot control the other characters.
Why do I say this? It's because, if you are playing with a non-Christian little cousin, you will be on your toes, on the lookout for that extra coins that are dropped. Coins allow you to upgrade your character. So for a person who doesn't believe in God, he doesn't understand what team means. Only 'I'. At first it was, 'why are you stealing my money?', then when he realised that bosses drop items, it became 'I defeated that boss, so that item is mine.' Playing this game, has become a competition for me, just to oust him at his game. But all in all, I learnt valuable lessons from the game.
There was several times when I took the loot first, and he became very angry. He would be pissed then become sour. Well only once or twice. Once, in a fit of anger, turned to my character inventory page and sold off all the items that I had. (You can't do this if you are not Player1, or the player who pressed Start at the Start Game Page). I didn't become very angry after that, after all, I did do it intentionally, and after doing that, he laughed and I guess his anger subsided. On other occasions when he thought he 'deserved' the amulet or ring that dropped off the dead boss, and I "snatched" it, he would shout those accusatory words, "those were mine" and threaten to discontinue the game.
If you think I'm being a bad kid, maybe. But I don't have the most number of items. He has many more items than me at the character's page. Play the game with another person and you'll know what I'm talking about. As I said, it's okay for him to take all the loot, but it's the mentality of not sharing AND it's all mine that shouts out to me, okay, we'll see about that.
Peace and God bless my little cousin.
Recently there was news of a drinking contest gone wrong. A competition held by a local radio station. The prize being a Nintendo Wii. A woman died of water intoxication. It's not funny, no joke when computer games cause deaths. The contest held that who could drink the most water without urinating of vomiting would win.
The family has since issued a lawsuit and gotten millions of dollars as payout. But I think the contest was off from the start. The radio station expresses regret in the situation and plain ignorance. Didn't anyone think of this? I mean how can anyone drink too much water as how can anyone drink too little water. The consequences of going to either extremes are extremely bad for health.
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