jaysongoetzz

jaysongoetzz

Jayson is a writer from Phoenix with years of experience and an interest in the gaming community. He hopes to share knowledge and explore possibilities in the future of gaming

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    How do you think eSports will effect the video gaming industry?

    eSports and competitive video gaming competitions have become a serious industry in recent times and are poised to change the overall video gaming industry in big ways. Attracting the attention (and funding) of corporations primarily involved with traditional sports, eSports is set up to not only affect the way future games are developed, but is also set to make some serious revenue. What’s your take on how the involvement of large sporting corporations and the rise of elite gamers will effect the overall video gaming industry?

    • It would also change the current social stigma around gaming, popularizing it more and creating a more serious community. – LaRose 3 years ago
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    • Egad. Timely. Especially since Elon Musk's AI just crushed human DOTA players (https://www.engadget.com/2017/08/12/ai-beats-top-dota-2-players/). Great idea. – Paul A. Crutcher 3 years ago
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    • In some sense I think it's stifling to game design. It seems that every multiplayer game that comes out is automatically assumed to be trying to be the latest eSport. This is not necessarily healthy for game design if there is a shift from developing fun multiplayer games to developing grueling and complex games with the potential of being an eSport. For example, PUBG is in early access and was still a buggy mess when people were already discussing its potential as an eSport and how the game would need to change to fit into the eSport world. Esports are only now at a stage where it is conceivable that a developer might design a game with the goal of being an eSport as the sole consideration, and that could have interesting results. – MarcoMorgan 3 years ago
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    jaysongoetzz

    I agree with these picks for the most part, though I feel that Naruto is a pretty heavy pick for a first anime, despite its popularity. There as just sooo many episodes that it might turn off a potential first timer. Great list though otherwise

    Anime for Dummies: What Starters Should Watch
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    I agree that if consumed in such amounts that it impedes your “real” day-to-day life, it can be harmful. But I think that applies to many things outside of anime and technology. I understand Mr. Kon’s concern, but I would argue that many people ‘escape’ from reality more entirely and impede themselves more on things entirely unrelated to anime than the majority of otakus, even in Japan. Anyways, great write up and I appreciate the additional perspective on Otaku life.

    Satoshi Kon's Otaku: The Dangers of Technological Fantasy
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    I already love the Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, but now I view it on a whole ‘nother level. Amazing article!

    The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya: The Journey of The Hero