Computer gaming is perhaps one of the best tension relievers available to anyone. You don’t forget your troubles, or those pesky bosses that always lingers waiting to ruin your day. You can simply place yourself to your avatar; your computer game alter-ego and focus your attention on the matters that aren’t quite so serious like blasting your enemies with a first person shooter character or conquering the base of your online adversary when playing that new online game which is so common in all internet café’s nowadays.
One genre which I am especially addicted is the world of Online Role Playing games. From casting spells to slicing your enemies with that purple light saber, playing these kinds of games always brought sheer amount of joy for me. Role playing games share common characteristics with each other, almost all requires a player to handle character stats. Now these illustrate how your character is in the gaming world. How strong is your character or how well he can wield that sword and how much damage he can do to an enemy are dictated by his character stats. These games allow you to visit a persistent world from your deepest fantasies where you can meet fairies, elves dwarves and kill your share of dragons. Another possible world is a far off future where cyborgs are as common as going to other planets in a battle cruiser.
Currently, a video game player has a lot of choices when looking for a game. Previously, you need to shell a lot of money in order to play online games. Since 2010, there is a new trend that the market is adapting to offer the chance for players to play online games for free. Yes, free gaming for everyone. Not only are you allowed to log in for free but you can download the computer gaming software for free at their website. You have been spared from paying your local video game store large amount of cash and you can spend hours and hours of game time once you download your favorite game not worrying about how to pay for the following month of game time. This is not only true for new online games but previous games that require players to pay a monthly subscription are changing to this new method of marketing.
I admit that not all online video game publishers adapt this excellent and revolutionary thinking, but more and more of the new games are. With the sheer amount of players now choosing to stay online, players now have the power to choose which games to choose. Developers do offer additional perks should a gamer wish to pay for additional features but that is an option and not a necessity for a regular gamer.
I only wish that more and more game developers offer this free to play feature so that gamers will have the chance to see all the bells and whistles that is offered and not pay for some game that you will stop playing after a months’ time.
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