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    Quote Originally Posted by Fingers Superstar View Post
    Board games I would say, Chess, Stratego, Go, Monopoly, Uno, Scrabble.

    I've been smashing CodMW2 and chilling to Dragon Age Origins like Kdude has.
    I like chess, but always went in weary as my strategy is to not have a strategy. Suprisingly I do very good in this regard against real people. Sometimes I think those that strategize and plan before hand know what you are going to do because they recognize the pattern where as I have no pattern so good luck guessing what I am gonna do next. I do this with everything in life though.
    Im out, its been fun

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    Pattern recognition is what games are all about!

    That said, I suck at chess.. Never cared to learn much about it except the basic rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
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    Massage therapist, you should try it with one of those vibrating pads you attach to a chair, just roll it out on the table Somehow the wife always knows what the next move is though
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Pattern recognition is what games are all about!

    That said, I suck at chess.. Never cared to learn much about it except the basic rules.
    Pattern recognition doesnt work if your playing people unless they employ the same tactics. I prefer chaos theory tactics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    Massage therapist, you should try it with one of those vibrating pads you attach to a chair, just roll it out on the table Somehow the wife always knows what the next move is though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Muhaaa. Evolution is good.
    Thats what she said :yim_rolling_on_the_
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    I mentioned it before but I also play pen & paper rpgs. Started with D&D in 2003 but now our group(s) uses savage worlds because the rules are easier to use and don't weigh everything down. I GM 98% of the time because I like it as a creative outlet more than anything. Although it's very rare we play anymore.

    With video games I like atmospheric games. I also have a short attention span so I really like FPS games. I've played RPGs but if I get stuck in the game or arrive at a slow point I get bored. I just did this with assassin's creed II come to think of it. It got to a point where you have to collect all of these codex pages for Da Vinci but I find that kind of crap irritating and a chore. This is why I can't play games like WoW (besides WoW being shitty anyway).

    I also find it hard to follow storylines in video games when there's tons of stuff going on. I'll replay games sometimes and figure out I missed something obvious and feel stupid after.

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    Bah, there are too many good games to choose favourites

    I do love original and inventive games like Braid, VVVVVV, Zeno Clash and Portal though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    Pattern recognition doesnt work if your playing people unless they employ the same tactics. I prefer chaos theory tactics.
    It works, don't disagree there.

    It depends on the game for me. Some I can think quick and adjust tactics chaotically. Some I just flat out suck, like chess. Not sure why that is.. it's a bit too abstract for me, I guess.

    @Adoamros: Yeah, I don't see the appeal of WoW either. If I wanted a job in my offtime, I'd get one. [edit] One that paid me real cash, that is.

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