Gamers Reflect On Their Weirdest Gaming Habits –
Saving two or three times jusy in case the first one didnt work
Always check the area behind you after starting a level/map – that’s where all the secrets (probably) are.
I always save the first weapon and armor given to me.
In FPS games I always reload after killing an enemy even if my weapon is only half empty.
It’s a bad habit because it leaves me vulnerable, and I’m trying to break it.
I generally try to only quit/save/log out of games while my character is in a home or near a bed, even in games without a rested xp or safe house function
When I play a game I have a habit of exploring everything. I mean EVERYTHING. If I’m in a room I will check every nook and cranny, read every sign and poster, touch/poke/manipulate every object I can think of. If there is a branching path I will take the one most likely to not progress the story, just in case I can’t go back.
When I’m walking in a game, I always roll/dash/jump when given the option. Sometimes it makes you faster. Sometimes it makes absolutely no difference but it still makes me feel like I’m going faster. Maybe it’s just a way for me to pass the time and feel important.
i cannot escape the stealth archer. No matter what game I’m playing, what I start as, or how I intend to play, I catch myself sneaking around, searching for targets in the distance and good concealed vantage points.
Find out what the most common build path is for a character, and then not do it because I want to be different… in a single player RPG. (For games that have perks and skills)
I had a weird habit of “role playing” within the game using the main character. I did this mostly with spyro the dragon. I beat it but wanted to keep playing, so out of boredom I wandered around the home worlds, “hunted” the sheep and pretended to sleep or hang out around a small cave I pretended was my home.
Was a weird time but it wasn’t very different than playing with stuffed animals in that imaginary world way.