New Game+ #14

Glitch Please: New Game+ #14

What do you look for when looking for new games? Do you have different criteria for a single player vs multiplayer game, and how does that mix in a game that offers both?

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  • SeveRM FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Hey, regarding what Mica mentioned about being interested in Immersion in games, it reminded me about the Gamer Motivation chart, basically it's a theory that what gamers want in games fits into 6 main categories: Achievement, Action, Creativity, Immersion, Mastery & Social. Here's a link which shows that better.


    There's also a quiz you can do which gives you percentages of how much you fit into each of these categories, all of us on my old college course did this quiz and I think from what I filled in, it got me pretty accurate. Here's a link if you're interested :)

  • WickedSeven FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold TheWickedZach

    2 months ago

    Single player= Mass Effect Trilogy

    Multiplayer= Co-op MMOs

  • MichaelHuds3 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    i kinda like any game if its well made but my critical identifier is how a game plays, it has to play well both technically and feel good and once that is checked. i like open interesting enviroments, progression and a well TOLD story(the story itself is not the most important bit).


    as such some games i love- dark souls, ratchet and clank/jak and dexter, wolfenstein:new order and elder scrolls and fallout 3

    but i have difficultly liking often praised games like  the uncharted games and bioshock

  • RT_Fullmetal FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    Since I've started watching Rooster Teeth content, particularly The Know, my search for games has been less about looking for something in new games I haven't heard of, and more of catching up on a bunch of games I heard good things about already. Which is both a blessing and a curse haha.


    But if I were to start searching for random new games to play, for single player I would look to something with some longevity for it. Not too complex, but perhaps something with depth and a decent learning curve for me to sink into for a while. I'm not good at games, but I like to work at them sometimes.


    I typically view multiplayer as a drop in drop out experience, so my criteria are pretty much the opposite. I want something that I can pick up and put down in short bursts, or even long sessions if I wanted to. But that I won't be completely lost if I go away from it for a while. I wouldn't want a multiplayer experience that is very in depth and requires a lot of constant upkeep. For that reason the COD series has always been a decent multiplayer series for me. Destiny is my one exception because I played the first one on a whim, and the core gameplay is too fun to give up.