I have a plan for achievements, but just can’t seem to get over the hump. I’m afraid I’d start something new, I won’t finish Love Tore.
But if I stick with Love Tore, I’ll inevitably burn out completely. I’m constantly watching the leaderboards, but still can’t get motivated.
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Sounds like the completionist complex. Opening yourself up to new games and playing more freely is a good feeling
What works for me is to not touch the Xbox for two weeks and come back with a drive to get the shit games over with.
U need to have fun too. Youve been doing hard annoying games lately
This is what happened to me. Was playing too many old terrible games to clean my card, and burnt out. Starting something new at least got me motivated to play more
Not always bad to take a break from achieving. For me when gaming started to feel like a job I pulled myself away. Had fo remember why I fell in
love with gaming in the first place. Nothing wrong with taking a break from achievements and enjoying some multiplayer till the itch comes back.
Thanks everyone. I really want to start Fallout 4, but I’m worried that it’ll distract me too much from my goals. Maybe I should consider the option.
It's weird that you're losing motivation and I'm gaining it. Do what you wanna do though. Be happy when you game. It shouldn't feel like a chore or a second job
It definitely feels like a second job, or at least a 3rd job now with work and school.
forget about your goals and play fallout 4
Play fallout 4 and forget your target harmon you need to enjoy video game too, you will see is not annoying fallout 4
Didn’t intend on actually starting this... Here’s to new adventures!
Welllllllllll need someone for this anyway :)
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