I agree - my mates would laugh at me if I asked them to stay in and play video games. I feel sad enough playing them on my own!! when will I ever grow up??!Originally posted by sanzar+Feb 15 2005, 10:38 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (sanzar @ Feb 15 2005, 10:38 PM)</div>Thats all very well and good, but if your like me and your mates wanna go out to the pub instead of sit at home and play video games, then it's not all that useful... if you know what i mean? [/b]@Feb 15 2005, 09:13 PM
I agree, I rarely play multiplayer because my friends arn't sad like me and play computer games!! Single player is everything to me, although I accept that multiplyer is always going to be more fun.
This, to me sums up a big difference between the multiplayer crowd and the others, some people seem to prefer beating the console or PC's preset AI difficulty levels to playing videogames in a match against an actual human being!
To me it's all about beating other people at the game, competing to be the best.
Not putting down the controller and saying, "Take that, PS2 I beat you!".
Other PC's and consoles are not going to buy this game, PEOPLE are. To me that is winning, beating the complex and unpredictable nature of other human beings.
That is the real achievement.