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Not too surprising in some respects - I'm very much into instant gratification and action, cut through the bs and bloat of cutscenes, dialouge, tons of convoluted controls, etc. Basically I want to have fun, and I want it now. I also appreciate exploration, open-world elements (or at least lots of freedom/versatility in game), world-building (but not necessarily narratives), rich atmosphere, etc. Like feeling both a sense of control and overcoming, along with a sense of freedom.

A bit surprised with how high the social element is, though I do often play Overwatch and enjoy online gaming (for certain genres) so it makes sense to a degree. And I feel like immersion should be higher for me as it's something I respect in games - though this is something I tend to associate more with film anyway. 

Excitement (93%)
Competition (80%)
Challenge (45%)
Discovery (40%)
Fantasy (35%)
Completion (8%) (my cousin's the big completionist. Me, I prefer to get the bulk of the experience at best, then quickly move it onto the next thing, unless it's something I'm REALLY into which is rare, especially nowadays. I don't even beat games too often anymore. Used to be more of a completionist in my youth but my patience has grown somewhat thin these days haha, plus there are just too many games for me to play.



 

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