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Re: Psychological therapy through video games (not just serious games)




by Macro » 04/01/21, 14:09

Now I understand why I fell into the greatest madness .....

Not touched a video game since 2007 .... And the only one on which I played ... It was grant turrismo ... The 2 I think ...
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 04/01/21, 14:17

Christophe wrote:I'm starting Red Dead Online! : Mrgreen:

Red Dead Online, I was never able to play it for more than 5 minutes because of the crashes!
Otherwise, my favorite games are infiltration (Splinter Cell style) or sniper games. For fun, I loved Borderlands 1 and 2, the 3 stuffed me enough even if there are touches of humor "poo-poo" quite successful. But I've done pretty much every open-world game, play Warframe regularly, and hate isometric 3D games. : Mrgreen:
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by Christophe » 04/01/21, 14:22

Macro wrote:Now I understand why I fell into the greatest madness .....

Not touched a video game since 2007 .... And the only one on which I played ... It was grant turrismo ... The 2 I think ...


Ah ah ah I was sure !! In fact there are quite a few big kids here! : Mrgreen:

Maloche also still plays quite a bit! : Cheesy:

It's never too late to get back to it: an acceptable gamer config is around 1000 € and you're quiet for years ... a GTX 1060 mini ...

So we make a red dead econo clan? :D
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by Christophe » 04/01/21, 14:26

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:
Christophe wrote:I'm starting Red Dead Online! : Mrgreen:

Red Dead Online, I was never able to play it for more than 5 minutes because of the crashes!


Retente it has been patched even if I still have some server decorations ... but nothing serious ... or try what I put above ...

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:Otherwise, my favorite games are infiltration (Splinter Cell style) or sniper games. For fun, I loved Borderlands 1 and 2, the 3 stuffed me enough even if there are touches of humor "poo-poo" quite successful. But I've done pretty much every open-world game, play Warframe regularly, and hate isometric 3D games. : Mrgreen:


a) There is the guy from splinter cell in Wildlands and we can snip a lot ... : Cheesy:



b) I just finished sniper elite 4 too ... exclusively in co-op.
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by Christophe » 04/01/21, 14:28

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:i hate isometric 3d games. : Mrgreen:


Same is has been ... but it still exists ??? : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:

Ah yes there was a Lara Croft not too long ago ...

Arma3 you (did) it?
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 04/01/21, 15:23

Christophe wrote:Arma3 you (did) it?

No, I don't like the gameplay. Downloaded, installed, played 2 hours, trash. But it's realistic, that's for sure!
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by Macro » 04/01/21, 15:47

Christophe wrote:
Macro wrote:Now I understand why I fell into the greatest madness .....

Not touched a video game since 2007 .... And the only one on which I played ... It was grant turrismo ... The 2 I think ...


Ah ah ah I was sure !! In fact there are quite a few big kids here! : Mrgreen:

Maloche also still plays quite a bit! : Cheesy:

It's never too late to get back to it: an acceptable gamer config is around 1000 € and you're quiet for years ... a GTX 1060 mini ...




Hola ... I have many other things to do much more interesting than spending hours in front of a screen .... What's more, games of the genre where I turn around to shoot aliens soldiers or cops .... It throws me in less than 3mn ....

No, I've never been a big fan of video games ...
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by Christophe » 04/01/21, 15:48

It is true that the gameplay is even worse than red dead 2 !! : Mrgreen: But that's part of realism: you don't get your firecracker out in 2 seconds ...

Yet it is a monument of the open world! You could have forced yourself a little ... Rooooh!

I started with operation flashpoint ... early 2000 or late 1990? (not the rotten PS3 remake) ...

And I did the whole series ... Wasn't he the inventor of the open world?
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by Christophe » 04/01/21, 15:49

Macro wrote:No, I've never been a big fan of video games ...


Ah good sorry I misunderstood the meaning of your message so ...
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 04/01/21, 16:27

Christophe wrote:And I did the whole series ... Wasn't he the inventor of the open world?

Released in 1984, the space combat and trade game Elite is often touted as the pioneer of open world games.
https://www.wikiwand.com/fr/Monde_ouvert
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