#GamingTogether — February 2019 Questions

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#GamingTogether has been our little hashtag game on Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr during the weekdays. Considering we haven’t done a little compilation like this in a couple of months, we decided to do another. These questions were from February 2019.

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Here are some of our rapid fire answers from last month. Feel free to join in the game on social media!

1: Do you prefer characters with higher speed or attack power?

Kris: Higher speed, all the way. I love thief and ninja-like characters with their evasive maneuvers. Can’t hit a character that’s too fast!

Rachel: I agree, I prefer higher speed. Any damage is damage, especially if it’s done first.

2: What’s your favorite elemental magic in a game?

Kris: I’m finding myself leaning more towards lightning, if that’s an option, lately. Otherwise, wind or dark.

Rachel: Fire for sure. I’m sure you all knew that though.

3: Do you typically buy ports of older games?

Kris: Depends on the game, really. If it’s a game I remember loving, I’ll probably buy it for nostalgia.

Rachel: Yeah, it depends on the game. But honestly, I think I’d lean more towards yes. I always says I won’t buy ports and then I do.

4: What’s your favorite multi-player game?

Kris: I’d probably go with a Smash Bros. title or Super Mario Party, actually. Super Mario Party is something that is casual enough for friends that typically don’t play games join us for a round or two, while the Smash Bros. franchise is just classic.

Rachel: Super Smash Brothers, most likely. I don’t play it as often as I should, but it’s great fun with more people.

5: How do you feel about spoilers in game announcements?

Kris: Not great, admittedly. I like learning enough information about a game to help me figure out if I want to buy it or not, but spoilers turn me off. Case in point is the Pokemon franchise. I’m sincerely hoping Nintendo keeps some surprises about generation 8 and the new Galar region under wraps before the games are released. I do not want to already know the characters, the map, and all the new Pokemon before turning the game on.

Rachel: I can tolerate it, but could do without it. For the Galar region in Pokemon, for example, I like seeing the starters and the map. It makes me curious about the final evolutions and legendary Pokemon… but not curious enough that I want it leaked. I’d like to be surprised when my Pokemon evolve while I play the game.

Did you get a chance to answer these questions? If not, what are your responses? Let us know in the comments below!

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One thought on “#GamingTogether — February 2019 Questions

  1. 1: Do you prefer characters with higher speed or attack power?

    Higher Speed.

    2: What’s your favorite elemental magic in a game?

    Ice

    3: Do you typically buy ports of older games?

    It depends on the game but I have bought older games to play on newer hardware as it makes it easier to play generally.

    4: What’s your favorite multi-player game?

    Halo, if we are talking specifics then either Reach or 5.

    5: How do you feel about spoilers in game announcements?

    Not a fan. I get that dropping some “secrets” can be a big marketing draw but I don’t want it, which is why I try to avoid most previews and such.

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