To sum it all up, toxic gaming is a way that computer games, video games and consoles engage the player in potentially harmful behaviors in order to win the game. The player’s actions, along with the actions of the computer opponent, may result in death. This is very much an open call for gaming communities for any and all people who like these types of games, even though some of these games are not as “toxic” as the media make them out to be.
This post will be a bit longer, but in-depth, and you can read it at your leisure if you have not already. You know all of this stuff, and yet, you still somehow find it hard to accept being a victim. I think that you will find that this post should explain that, but that you can also try and make sense of it in your own words because I think that’s the best way to help us all.
There will be some posts with specific game reviews, but for the most part, I will be talking about games like World of Warcraft, Diablo 3, World of Warcraft, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, and Diablo: 3 as a whole. My hope is to educate those of you who still enjoy gaming, how these types of games influence not just the end game, but how you feel about it in general.
World of Warcraft Cataclysm is being released this week. If you are currently playing World of Warcraft and are currently enjoying World of Warcraft games like Stormshadow, Burning Crusade, and The World, then you may want to take a closer look at this game. One of the most important things that you will learn from this game is that players from each player perspective will be interacting differently. Players will be more ‘outgoing’ than they may be in other games like WoW.
On top of all that you all would be happy to see is you will now have a few days of play, with a chance to get a lot of new information from all of us.