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I seem to be getting bored of video games recently, like i will sit playing a campign on a game and i just get bored or something and come off it when i would love to sit down and play again. Any tips for not getting bored
I start a game on medium level then do it again on a harder level, I find that keeps me interested longer! But as already mentioned, regular breaks are needed and perhaps find something not games console related that will take
up 1 or 2 nights a week and maybe the odd weekend, I do martial arts, I find it helps me to clear my head and keep me focused maybe thats an option? Anyway being away from my xbox for a longer period of time makes me appreciate being on it when I do play!!
Do other things aside from gaming. Perhaps watch films, go out with friends? Or if you still want to play games, make some more friends on Xbox Live and just get a big game going; if your all in a party, your occupied talking to them also.
I've found that about 2 hours of gaming, followed by bits of real-world stuff like talking to friends or playing with our pets. I also find having music on really help the length you can game before you start getting a bit bored. HalfChaosnova is right on
the party chat idea though, I have lost hours and hours to party chatting even when I'm not really playing!
I often have my laptop set up next to me when I game, it provides a little distraction to have some form of social networking site open. You can also tell everyone how well you're doing at gaming! :)
Simple tip mate - Turn the xbox off and leave it for a few days-you'll appreciate gaming more when you finally get back on it. Mean while go and doing some running, circuit training etc - it doesn't cost alot-you improve your fitness and will avoid turning
into that couch potatoe!!! Good luck.....................