It is okay, take a break from gaming

There is always that dry spell with all hobbies and with video games, it is the same. Stepping back is okay and it is very needed.

There is one point in an every gamers’ life cycle where they will not know what to play and every game they play will not interest them. It is a weird period that comes at any given time to any of us. It mostly happens in the dry spells of the gaming industry. Gamers need these moments.

A step back shows the gaming world greatness and problems. This perspective differs from player to player. Right now there has been a lot of great things coming. For Honor was just released which is Ubisoft’s upgraded Deadliest Warrior. E3 has now gone public and that is great for the consumer.

This is also a great time to try new games genres. There are many genres that a lot of gamers do not involve themselves in just because they think they will not like them. During this time it is best to be experimental. Usually, because all the games the player owns will not interest them. Try something new is a great way to actually break out of the dry spell.

This is more for the time that is soon approaching and somebody will get this feeling of uninterest. Step back and take a break or try something new.


4 Comments Add yours

  1. I get this way every now and then, though I tend to branch out and do something different. If I get a little gaming depression, it’s a depression with gaming in general. Trying something new is never a bad thing, especially if you have a bit of a backlog!

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    1. AM says:

      It is one of those things that happens that does not have proper name that we should give a title to because we all go through it. Glad you can relate.

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      1. I think “Gaming Depression” fits, but that may sound too negative.


      2. AM says:

        Might be but good enough

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