ByNicholas Baumgartner, writer at
Avengers and Marvel superheros are my forte, as well as Star Wars and some Star Trek
Nicholas Baumgartner

The gaming community is very large, and there are many games for all kinds of people. But some thing I've noticed a lot while I've been trying to play games is that there are many out there who complain. They complain about weapons, mechanics, characters, classes, updates, you name it. I believe that complaining about a game does nothing for you. It only makes you mad, it annoys others, and makes the game that much worse for everyone involved. What needs to happen is that gamers need to communicate what they want, but not whine or moan when those changes do or do not come about. This is critical, because gamers as a community need to band together to make change happen, instead of one or two individuals making everyone mad by whining. Game companies also need to join this movement, listening to fans to see what they want, instead of just going ahead and making changes to things that we as a community may or may not appreciate. This needs to be a group effort, with everyone putting in his or her two cents, but in a structured way.


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