Obsession With Games

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It feels strange to find out how I am a sucker for games. Leisure is all I can think of when I’m put in front of a console. No matter how worse the situations get ‘just a sec’ has always been my response to those who interfere.

One bizarre thing is that I seldom leave a game unfinished. If I leave something halfway all that pesters me the whole day long is the fact that I wasn’t able to finish what I had started. So I always rush back to finish my unfinished business.

Another weirdo is the fact that once I finish a game (and mind it I do) I watch the entire credits part as if it were a public applauding my bravado. I drool over it and then hum its music for the rest of the day. I high-five the air when nobody’s around (or you’ll think I am nuts), sometimes show my pals who the ‘real’ boss is, howl at them with crazy game talks, eye them with “Who’s your Daddy?” looks and show my buddies who’s the real boss and then show my buddies who the real boss is…….Wait did I say that already? No wonder the list is long!

Now surreal does not have its limits. All I can see for days are the characters of the games moving around with me in real. Like when I played all the shooting games like Rainbow Six and Call of duty, whenever I used to see a person standing far at a roof I used to have this strange feeling in my gut to snipe him down or whenever I saw a board, a wall or a tree something inside me shouted u gotta take cover bro! Funny eh!

Those crazy chess sessions had really got me bummed out when I wished every person to walk diagonally just like a camel or a queen in chess instead of walking straight while some games forced me to right click all the time (for defence) when somebody raised a hand to talk.

Now that’s called how games mess with reality.

It feels strange to find out how I am a sucker for games. Leisure is all I can think of when I’m put in front of a console. No matter how worse the situations get ‘just a sec’ has always been my response to those who interfere.

One bizarre thing is that I never leave a game unfinished. If I leave something halfway all that pesters me the whole day long is the fact that I wasn’t able to finish what I had started. So I always rush back to finish my unfinished business.

Another weirdo is the fact that once I finish a game (and mind it I do) I watch the entire credits part as if it were a public applauding my bravado. I drool over it and then hum its music for the rest of the day. I high-five the air when nobody’s around (or you’ll think I am nuts), sometimes show my pals who the ‘real’ boss is, howl at them with crazy game talks, eye them with “Who’s your Daddy?” looks and show my buddies who’s the real boss and then show my buddies who the real boss is…….Wait did I say that already? No wonder the list is long!

Now surreal does not have its limits. All I can see for days are the characters of the games moving around with me in real. Like when I played all the shooting games like Rainbow Six and Call of duty, whenever I used to see a person standing far at a roof I used to have this strange feeling in my gut to snipe him down or whenever I saw a board, a wall or a tree something inside me shouted u gotta take cover bro! Funny eh!

Those crazy chess sessions had really got me bummed out when I wished every person to walk diagonally just like a camel or a queen in chess instead of walking straight while some games forced me to right click all the time (for defence) when somebody raised a hand to talk.

Now that’s called how games mess with reality.

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