I hate trophies/achievements based on Multiplayer. I have no friends who play games - let alone four for some - and it feels like they’re mocking me for being a social misfit.
I feel bad when I buy a game that has multiplayer in it. It’s not that I don’t like it, but I don’t have good internet access and no one I know plays video games. I feel like I sort of miss half the fun of a game by missing out on the multiplayer.
I saw that the new Mass Effect dlc had Quarian male character this makes me hope for another dlc which includes all multi genders Asari male, Krogan female, Turian female etc etc. or additions to the husk waves including other alien husks versions Krogan, Drell, Quarian and the rest
Whenever I play Journey, I often worry that I’m a bad companion.
I’ve always wanted to get into the Call of Duty series, but all my real life friends talk about is the online multiplayer. I want to play it for the story. I don’t want to go online and get yelled at for being “bad” at the game.
The Mass Effect 3 multiplayer has to be one of the best multiplayer experiences i’ve been lucky enough to be a part of … every game is challenging and difficult but i have yet to get annoyed at it … the people that play all seem to be respectable people, unlike some other multiplayers out there. I’m happy now to message people ‘Good game’ or ‘well played’ after fighting of the evil forces of the universe … especially if i’ve just watched them solo a high round against Reapers!
I have never enjoyed playing online. If the game doesn’t have a good single-player campaign, or it doesn’t have multiplayer I can play with my friends on my couch, count me out.
I wish Skyrim had a 2 player mode so I could roleplay with my friends.
I’m a woman with very tiny hands. I used to do horribly at multiplayer when my friend got his first Xbox. He was the only one of our group of friends who had it. I used to always beat everyone and it made me very frustrated that I was always dead last. When they made the smaller controllers that I could hold better suddenly I was topping the scores.
I find split-screen multiplayer a lot more enjoyable than online gaming. I feel there is no where near enough of it these days.