What have you learned from video games? by QuestionGuy January 20, 2022, 2:17 pm What have you learned from video games? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeGameslearnedQuestion and Answervideo See more Previous article Non-Americans, what are movies not made in the U.S. you would recommend for Americans? Next article What is round and helps against athlete’s foot? 39 Comments Leave a Reply English Log in to Reply How to walk away. As a kid, I would hate play difficult games until I beat them. Now, if I find myself getting angry enough to yell or spike a controller, I just move on. Games are supposed to be fun, not rage-inducing. Log in to Reply If you face enemies, most likely you’re headed the right direction Log in to Reply If you encounter enemies it means your going in the right direction Log in to Reply Someone will always be better than you then there’s also the opposite Log in to Reply I learned what nostalgia feels like when visiting past memory games Log in to Reply If someone is begging for handouts, don’t give them anything. It will never be enough and they’ll always come back begging for more. Log in to Reply That time is precious… Log in to Reply Mortal Combat taught me how to fight Log in to Reply People rage. lol. Was playing Insurgency sandstorm and buddy was yelling the entire time. It’s just a game. Log in to Reply If you need money just kill things. Log in to Reply As a stealth games player: patience!! Log in to Reply Rule 34. Log in to Reply There is almost always a solution to a problem. Log in to Reply Bronze = Copper + Tin Log in to Reply IF you get a transmission that there’s a free upgrade for your augs at the clinic say NO. The last boss will use it to disable your limbs. Log in to Reply That’s it’s okay to die Log in to Reply Without regulation the economy will always be fucked Log in to Reply Always check for integer overflow Log in to Reply “To jump, jump!” Log in to Reply That you can fell in love with a android Log in to Reply If you run fast enough, and jump out of the way every now and then, you can outrun your problems! Log in to Reply Cheat codes are not always available IRL. Log in to Reply Practice and patience will lead you to victory. Log in to Reply Historical stuff like WW2 events, people, units, weapons, vehicles, etc… Also Some critical thinking skills under timed pressure and team work Log in to Reply As a kid geography. Sid Miers Pirates! taught me all the major cities of the Caribbean. Log in to Reply How to have human conversations with others Log in to Reply Most of the English language Log in to Reply Not to stand behind a horse Log in to Reply Some people are going to say English, well I did too in the past. But now I’m learning Japanese by playing video games. Log in to Reply You always have time to play Gwent. Even if your daughter is in danger. Log in to Reply Teamwork. I play a lot of milsim shooter like Project Reality, Squad and Arma, and those games revolve heavily around teamwork. Your team cannot win the battle when people do not collaborate. Everybody have their own role, even a logi truck driver is as important as a CAS pilot. Log in to Reply Zombies can pop out from almost anywhere. Log in to Reply That my pc is garbage Log in to Reply Programmers/ coders are the laziest people on the planet. Log in to Reply Thanks to Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, I now know what a conglomerate is. Log in to Reply The Yakuza series taught me alot. I had heard the comparison that it was “Japanese GTA” and picked up zero. That comparison is completely false. Without spoiling any of the games, it taught me that sometimes, you have to dig in your heels and fight for what you believe in, and that it’s okay to be goofy every now and then. Log in to Reply Laundry piles up, dishes in the sink, eating frozen pizza and TV dinners ain’t so bad. Log in to Reply I learned my left and rights from Monster Truck Madness. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.