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For most people, an hour a day playing our favorite games will power up our ability to engage whole-heartedly with difficult challenges, strengthen our relationships with the people we care about most - while still letting us notice when it's time to stop playing in virtual worlds and bring our gamer strengths back to real life.
Playing video games is something I enjoy in my spare time. I'm a gamer, always have been.
I feel like maybe I'm part of that generation that became more of a gamer than a video consumer. It's always been something I've done with my spare time. If I had three hours on a Friday night, I'm not out partying. I'm probably playing video games.
I think the key divide between the interactive media and the narrative media is the difficulty in opening up an empathic pathway between the gamer and the character, as differentiated from the audience and the characters in a movie or a television show.
I've been a gamer all my life.
The idea of the 'lone gamer' is really not true anymore. Up to 65 percent of gaming now is social, played either online or in the same room with people we know in real life.
I'm a huge video gamer, sometimes a little too much. I'll shut myself in my room just so I can play video games all day and I end up neglecting my friends.
I could lie and tell you I'm a hardcore gamer - I'm not.
I have a little bit of that gamer spirit in me. I just don't have the time to be a gamer. But in another life, I would be one.
I used to game a lot, you know, back in the day. My gaming time done got so short that my skills ain't where they need to be to be online, you know what I'm saying? I just got that Xbox One. I gotta get my skills back, up the par to call myself a gamer.
I always thought being a gamer and someone who had a sense of responsibility to the game and to my teammates was the honorable thing.
Cal Ripken, Jr.
When I got on the set of 'Saving Private Ryan,' I discovered, to my amazement, that Steven Spielberg is a gamer.
I'm a huge gamer, everything from PC to Xbox to PS2.
I'm not really a gamer.
When it kind of went to 'Street Fighter', where you had to push 13 buttons with all 13 of your fingers and ripped the spine out of somebody, you know, violent games lost the women. Complexity lost the casual gamer.
As a gamer, I like to go up and look at people's faces and see how good of a job they did.
Outside of my work as a comic book creator and co-publisher, I'm an avid gamer.
I had the perfect job for a gamer. From February to October, I'd get up at 7 in the morning with nothing to do but play games until I had to be at the park around 1 or 2 o'clock. When I got back after the game, I played until 3 or 4 in the morning.
I've been playing games for 30 years, and I've been a hard-core gamer.
When you say you are a gamer and you are a celebrity or a former celebrity there's a grain of salt that everybody takes that with.
In the early days of the video game business, everybody played. The question is, what happened? My theory - and I think it's pretty well borne out - is that in the '80s, games got gory, and that lost the women. And then they got complex, and that lost the casual gamer.
'Modern Warfare,' 'Black Ops,' these are all the next level of video games. The people are more detailed, the fighting is more exact, and I can't speak for every gamer out there, but I know when I play, I feel like I'm actually in the game. It's that intense.
I'm a hardcore gamer and would never let you down by designing a crappy title.
I'm a gamer. I play PlayStation all the time.
I'm a geek - I read fantasy novels, I play 'World of Warcraft,' I'm a massive gamer, I have 'Star Trek' outfits.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
C. S. Lewis
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