Common types of gamers (part 2)
4. The Social Gamer
Social gamers are those prefer to play multiplayer games with friends and family as they associate playing a indoor or outdoor game with building relationships. They plan get-togethers around important game releases so that they can made plenty of friends through gaming circles. They are highly competitive and like to discuss game related trivia and new releases with friends to get a sense of achievement when they win against friends and family.
5. The Midcore Gamer
The midcore gamer is talented players but does not spend a significant amount of time playing the latest games. They play only when they have the mood and take it seriously when they have a favourite game genre which they stick to. This type of player incidentally accounts for a good chunk of numbers, who might have been hardcore previously, but have limited their playing time for various reasons.
6. The Toxic Gamer
Everyone once in a while come across this kind of toxic gamer whose goal is to make everyone’s gaming experience worse. In a team-based game, they always blame their teammates when it’s not performing well. Team morale is therefore negatively affected, which can lead everyone feel frustrated and wanting to quit. It’s best to kick out toxic players so that everyone could focus on the gameplay such as using mute and kick buttons for you to be ready to hit whenever someone in the game is becoming a toxic influence.
7. The Feeder
A feeder is the one who dies too many times in a game. With that definition, most of us do start playing games as feeders because we need time to learn how to play the game. But as long as when we have spent a certain amount of time playing a game and have mastered the basics, we will improve although there still are feeders at supposedly higher skill brackets.
If one find himself dying from the start of the game until the end, just learn to play safer by sticking with teammates and try to communicate with them. If you keep dying, it will only make the game harder and more frustrating for you and your teammates although your opponents will love you.