Do you prefer playing computer/video games against other humans, or against the computer?
The computer until I get my skills up, then I'll try against some humans.
um guys it doesnt have to be a first person shooter to vs humans....
payday the hiest and borderlands2 so computer
If I win: Human
If I lose: Computer
humans, guildwars. ultima online, wow, DDO, etc MMO'S humans humans humans
playing against other people is generally more of a challenge and more fun. AIs tend to get boring and repetitive, no matter how advanced.
I pretty much always play against or with people... I play too much call of duty... And for those stereotype lovers out there, no I am not 7, and do not have a high voice, and do not bi+ch about every single thing to everyone. Borderlands2, halo, etc. Anyone wants a challenge, GT-- scrgk12
Is that a Star Wars: KOTOR reference???
Haha then win! Baby back
I don't play meatbags ;)
It depends on what types if games you play. Most casual gamers will say humans, but more "hardcore" gamers will say either.
Neither, if its a multiplayer game humans, if its single player campaign computer... :|
You can play video games against other people, so it wouldn't yield the same result.
Computer... on easy ;)
More accomplishing to outsmart another real person,... though I tend to be on other side of that statement.
Humans because the computer is rigged so that it wins a lot :P
What's ur username?
They should stop the question at this:
Do you prefer playing computer/video games?
Playing against strangers weirds me out.
That mindset departed decades ago.
I PvE more than PvP. "You can't do that while stunned".
Words with friends with humans..
worse) than the other AC's, it will still be one of the best games out...so of course im going to play it. Going off on a tangent, I am extremely excited to do naval warfare. Hopefully its as awesome as it looks.
annoyed when at one point, when I was delivering 4 letters, all the people said the exact same thing... Of course they've done this throughout all of them. This is minor though. They did change the fighting controls and technique a bit, which doesn't bother me. Even if it turns out similar (or a bit
I actually liked brotherhood the most. I loved being able to call in my own assassins, and I just liked the setting. Though 2 was very close. As for 3, I've only played it a couple hours so far (I have college to thank for that). But so far it's looking to be just another AC. I was actually quite
Humans. World of Warcraft
I mean who doesn't love lag, spam, camping, and 5 yr. olds with anger issues.
BTW shout to Halo 4 in a couple days.
Thank you Christine :)
Other people however its different if its just a bunch of young kids swearing and complaining
Humans because comps can simulate real life all the time!
Computer. Other people are too slow. Hate waiting 5 min for someone to take their turn.
I suck a first person shooters, so i dont have much fun going against other people. I prefer a great story mode like the Borderlands games. :)
Other people. They're so much more interactive!
i dont like playing against computer; it either lets you win, or it doesnt. if u win, it's because you figured out how to game the system, not because youre skilled. I'm thinking CoD on Insane difficulty. Nothing is dumber than dying 50 times to get to next checkpoint & repeating.
Playing against a well-programmed AI gives me an opponent that continues to match my skill as I improve, without ever being overwhelmingly outmatched. But it's fun to spank the overconfidence out of a friend now and then in a dogfight. Generally, I prefer simulations over games, solo.
Where is the option for "I'm over the age of 12 so I don't play video games"
RPG's like Skyrim are my favorite so by default I must answer computer.
Either way is fine and fun. It's just not that realistic for me to play against real people (that I know) do to my schedule.
First person shooter
Player v player
Role playing game
I said computer only because most f the games I like ( fable games ) are single player. But I make an exception for the left for dead games. Those are awesome.
I'm not very competitive that I don't like hurting people and I don't like getting beat.
No strong preference. When you play "against the computer" you're actually playing against game designers and AI programmers.
Depends on what game. But FPS or sports a playing with humans is preferred.
Games like Bioshock or The Elder Scrolls series you wouldn't play if you don't like playing the computer.
Don't play either-waste of time
Lol, have no idea what all that means
Human for me, because it's one of the activities I share with my son. When I win, we both celebrate because it happens so RARELY!