Acalanatha wrote:Try your hardest. Only give up when you really think there's no hope. No matter the result, be okay with the situation because you've tried your best.
Acalanatha wrote:Lol oh Zidders. I'm a realist. I think about romantic ideas, but carry out... less romantic ones.
And tbh, I've had way more online relationships (as in friendships etc, not limited to lovey-dovey stuff) turn into real life ones than the other way around. It just takes a balancing effort from both parties. Now if-*stops self before going into full old man mode*
Acrylik wrote: it seems like all of these hobbies that actually led to social interactions are getting isolated and digitalized. if you want to play a game with your buddy you most likely won't meet up. most of the time you just go online and play the game and that's usually it. you never even see the person
Wigglytuff wrote:So I haven't read the whole thread *disclaimer*
But I feel like gaming has gone in an opposite direction to being such an isolated activity. Whilst I see what you're saying, xbox live etc makes it so people don't have to be in the same room to play together and so on, just from my observations gaming is becoming super common at events and gatherings.
I think it's probably because of things like the Wii and Guitar Hero and shit like that. Those things are acting as a bit of a "gateway" too, which is great because people are broadening their horizons away from shitty Wii games and into real games (lolz)
civilian wrote:I think the game industry is fine.
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