gears of war
gears of war
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i seriously hate that word, it makes everyone who plays video games sound like total geeks, you wouldnt be talking around your school saying "im a hardcore basketball player" would you
lmao nice... yeah, i'm definetly not playing res evil now that there's thunder, i might cry lolOriginally Posted by Marioman
Originally Posted by Dkw0101Originally Posted by d kOriginally Posted by Acdude6
Marioman: So true. Good use of the word Hardcore. You better delete your post before SSSB_Lover reads it!
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There's different views towards hardcore. You could say Pokemon is even hardcore. Hardcore badass - God of War, hardcore extremist - Pokemon Red, Yellow, Blue, Leaf Green, Purple, and whatever else there is lol.
BTW, I didn't read anyones post's, so...I could be off topic by now.
Well my definition of a hardcore gamer is someone who is very serious about games and puts a lot of time into playing them.
I agree with that! I don't think a game has to have a certain theme or atmosphere in order to be considered "hardcore". I think any game can be hardcore depending on what the player does with it. For example, Wii Sports could easily be considered a "casual" game for anyone who just plays it for fun for and hour or two with friends per day. However, I don't want to be a "hardcore fag", but I think that playing it every day, even alone, trying to get all platinum medals in the training events (like what I do), could be considered "hardcore". Likewise, someone could play and beat Gears of War once on the easiest difficulty and then be done with it. I wouldn't consider that very "hardcore".Originally Posted by Joe
By the way, thanks for creating this thread, eskiemong, the same question has been bothering me for a long time. Take some rep.
Well, that's my shpeel. I think that the hardcore-ness of a game depends on how it is played.
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