gamers of reddit what are some unwritten rules of video games?

gamers of reddit what are some unwritten rules of video games?

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  1. Game devs often tell you how to do something through in-game prompts. These are suggestions, and odds are there is a way to do it faster/better/more cool but the only thing stopping you is figuring it out.

  2. If a player dies in a co-operative game, it is generally considered poor form to revive them immediately – the other players should be given a chance to revive the player themselves.

    In first-person shooters, it is considered poor form to camp in one spot for the entire game – players should try to be constantly moving and keeping themselves exposed to enemy fire.

    In games with an open world, it is generally considered poor form to use fast travel – players should try to explore the world and discover all the various locations.

  3. Loot all corpses you come across.

    Never trust the Sword of a Thousand Truths to a noob.

    Always try to sound like Nicolas Cage on the mike like he’s trying to steal the Declaration of Independence.

    When leaving a mission on the Hitman trilogy, always exit with the outfit you started with.

  4. explore everything you see, why follow a straight line when you are missing lots of hidden content – *most of the times it’s a waste of time x-x*

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