I noticed! I feel the same way you do. Life is mostly boring and lonely. I've mostly come to accept it and DBD definitely helps with that.
A better question is why did you even waste the few minutes it took you to ask this foolish question. People play games because they want to play them. They have no more point than the diversion. Your silly questions, however, have no point whatsoever.
Sometimes I wish I were you.
Glad to see we are on the same page :)
DBD helps a lot with that, even if it doesn't provide the same experience as it once did, imho.
You may be, who knows.
Did you just turn 18 or something? Midlife crisis?
As for your original question, I don't. Some people post here that they've played around 50 to 100 matches in a day and they described that as being little play time. It's not.
Did you notice it that quickly since all these offended reactions feel so similar?
Do you ask all of these questions of others to avoid answering any of them yourself?
Unfortunately, I know my answer. Sometimes a question can be an answer on its own.
Control? Whats that?
The game used to be fun and exciting with every new release. Now they're average at best. I just play it out of habit.
The game's fun. When it works.
Life is boring
To actually answer the question, cause it's fun.
Couple of matches a day. As long as you don't let any frustration build up This is a fun game
Every other multiplayer on the market is boring
Elaborate on the term "fun". Some people wouldn't consider this or any other game fun. Why do you think they don't like spending time playing? Why do you enjoy it and they don't? What makes them different from you?
and others are different from me mostly because of genes. Although experience also has a big say in this.
Might not have enjoyed gaming at all if something else tickled my fancy first or people didn't exclude me from everything causing me to seek my own enjoyment.
Did I stumble upon an intervention?
Stockholm syndrome I guess.
And welcome back
Lord, you're pretentious.
"Yes. Real life is boring anyway. Might as well just survive and find enjoyment somewhere else."
OMG I love this answer! Isn't it the reason we love playing videogames? Or even reading or watching movies/series? We want to escape real life somehow and enter a whole new world. That is exactly why I love playing video games. I love evading and not feel any pressure of real life for the moment :)
Based off your post history I thought that you were gonna just turn out to be an unfunny version of Sluzzy but now it seems like you’re just being a condescending jerk. Just why?
I think many of us have a discoverer deep within.
Games arise the wonder like anything else in for obvious reasons, one of them being the illusion of experiencing the impossible.
Is running away from problems fun?
In a way, you are taking mini vacations in your head everytime you temporarily leave the real world for a more exciting one
Did you simply give up on getting anything out of this world, so you turn your head into the imaginary one?
Yes, it sure is! The real world is boring, cruel, and downright awful, and that is why escaping it is so important.
And DBD is a hell of a nice escape!
Because I enjoy shooting the ######### with my SWF teammate and don't take the game too seriously, so I can lose without a care in the world.