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That was what I liked better about it. I didn't have time for the depth of Magic anymore, and I was too far from my friends who played anyway, so casual online Magic was what I wanted. I really only stopped playing Hearthstone because my friends stopped, and playing strangers was boring.
Guess I should play the first one eventually...
cookies are best baked good.
I tried Heroes of the Storm and inside a few minutes I was desperately bored. If I could have gotten desired loot just by logging in, trying a game or two maybe. Ten games doing something I don't like. My time is more valuable. I'm kind of glad Steam got away from that a bit where they would run the sales and there would be something you would have to check back to do every few hours in order to try and get the most participation to unlock chances at account loot or whatever. The psychologically that drives that, I totally get it. I know why it works, gamers are all at least a touch obsessive by nature. But.... it's not like anyone has ever gone, WHOA Cool D-Va skin man, they are usually obsessed with my Golden Guns, or the fact that I'm playing well with her, or poorly in those rare cases. If you did something you didn't like for hours to get a video game skin, consider therapy or pharmaceuticals. It's working for me apparently, LOL. If I am playing a video game and it's not fun, totally defeats the purpose of game time.
That's a little judgey. Different strokes, and all that...
I think it depends a lot, also, on how much free gaming time you have. If you play with your SO, and have 10 hours or more a week to play games, then you are more likely to want to do something like this, even if you don't really like the game. But, if you, like me, only have 4ish hours of open gaming time each week, it might seem like more of a hurdle.
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