Do you play to play or play to beat?

How we choose to play video games is an interesting topic, one for which there is no right or wrong answer. See my non-conclusions about the same here on Virtual Bastion.


When I say “I am a video game player,” what does that mean?

Does it mean I play one game at a time, completing as much of it as possible before moving onto the next game?

Does it mean I prefer to play multiple games at once and couldn’t care less about seeing how any of them end?

Does it mean I devote my time to a single game, grinding for gear and XP, replaying old content while waiting for new content?

Does it mean I play every day or only occasionally?

Does it mean I need to have thousands of games at my fingertips, or that I only need a couple games within reach?

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