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#101 Posted by Hizang (8532 posts) -

I can 100% banjo-Kazooie in record time, but then is remembering where all the items are the same as being good at the game?

#102 Posted by Draugen (714 posts) -

No, I'm pretty awful at games. I was good at Trackmania Nations Forever, and Pro Evolution Soccer 5. Other than that I usually don't boost the difficulty up past Normal, and I'm never high on leaderboards.

#103 Posted by Vexxan (4619 posts) -

I believe I'm pretty good at most games.

#104 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12259 posts) -

Depends on the game. If we're talking about competitive multiplayer, I can hold my own in stuff like Call of Duty and on a good day I can usually do more than alright on any given League of Legends match. Fighting games are a different story however, not only because they are the only games that make me fly into a frothing rage when I play them online against random people but also because that frothing rage is predicated usually by me doing poorly which creates a negative feedback loop and basically ensures that I will have trouble winning even against people who are clearly worse than me doing the same thing over and over again. Which is basically why I only play Fighting Games against people I know.

#105 Posted by GunstarRed (5548 posts) -

Depends. I'd say I'm above average at most games, but every so often something comes along where everything clicks and I'm very good at it. Occasionally certain games others find really easy to pick up I find maddeningly tough like GTAIV.

#106 Edited by Little_Socrates (5733 posts) -

Definitely above average, but I'm only approaching high-level play in Super Meat Boy and Guitar Hero. I'm also below average in any shooter that isn't Halo.

EDIT: Also, complete garbage at strategy games, turn-based or real-time.

#107 Posted by BBQBram (2316 posts) -

I suck at competitive shooters, am alright at fighting games and racing games and am pretty competent at most single-player fare.

#108 Posted by RPGee (763 posts) -

I tend to be quite good at most of the games I pick up, based on whatever parameters the game sets out. I also tend to pick up games quickly, and try and take skills from one into the other. My only problem right now is devoting time.

So yes. Thank you for your concern.

#109 Posted by AjayRaz (12487 posts) -

i'm pretty bad. i'm a slow learner so i can get fed up easily with competitive games. i'm also pretty reckless in pretty much every game i play, which doesn't make thing any better.

#110 Posted by zyn (2591 posts) -

yup, I R teh m4stersz, yo.

#111 Posted by Morningstar (2251 posts) -

Im very good at certain genres, at others I suck monkeyballs.

#112 Posted by Ben_H (3471 posts) -

I'm general pretty awful. According to Blizzard I'm in the top 20% of North American SC2 players but that means nothing because I'm awful.  I seem to be okay at Counterstrike but still nothing special. The only game I'm even remotely good at is Forza, which I play with no assists and manual w/ clutch and usually have top 5% lap times without cheating and looking at Leaderboards to find what car gets the best time for a certain track.
I play all my games on harder difficulties so I suppose that might be why I think I am so bad. Plus I never use guides or anything. I'm the type of person who would play Fez without ever looking at guides and figure it all out myself.

#113 Posted by h0lgr (912 posts) -


#114 Posted by AngelN7 (2974 posts) -

Depens on the game? I don't know I mean I can beat most games I set out to complete as far as competitive games go I'm ok at shooters and kinda suck at fighting games and don't know about RTS I've only played one (does Brutal Legend counts as other?) but I wouldn't know how good I am unless I measure myself against others and I don't do that often.

#115 Posted by laserbolts (5386 posts) -

When it comes to gears or call of duty i'm pretty good at it. Not the best but certainly better than average.