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Anyone Still Gaming just for the Fun of it?
« on: May 15, 2024, 07:10:55 PM »
For most of the big guys I know, one stand out hobby they have is playing video games. Some say it helps them escape problems. They seek companionship and relief with the virtual engagement that gaming offers them.

Meanwhile there's excitement for crypto enthusiasts with the innovation of blockchain gaming and its play-to-earn features where users earn in-game crypto currency which are converted into fiat. For instance, Engines of Fury and other gaming projects have seen where tokens are rewarded as a bonus to users.

With popular gaming projects like Sandbox, Gods Unchained, Axie Infinity, Decentraland, I've been wondering if there are people who simply play virtual games just for the fun of it with no interest in getting rewards in crypto that could be converted to cash.

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Re: Anyone Still Gaming just for the Fun of it?
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2024, 05:04:42 AM »
~ I've been wondering if there are people who simply play virtual games just for the fun of it with no interest in getting rewards in crypto that could be converted to cash.
When these projects advertise/promote, their main talking point is the ability to earn some cryptocurrencies. That is why I don't expect them to attract passionate gamers who truly enjoys the game. I personally would not waste time with these P2E just for the sake of fun. Maybe some kids, who do not ha a real concept of money, will do.

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Re: Anyone Still Gaming just for the Fun of it?
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2024, 11:34:40 PM »
~ I've been wondering if there are people who simply play virtual games just for the fun of it with no interest in getting rewards in crypto that could be converted to cash.
When these projects advertise/promote, their main talking point is the ability to earn some cryptocurrencies. That is why I don't expect them to attract passionate gamers who truly enjoys the game. I personally would not waste time with these P2E just for the sake of fun. Maybe some kids, who do not ha a real concept of money, will do.

Really? Then we must be seeing things differently here. I see the ability to earn some cryptocurrency by playing games simply as the reward for being a passionate gamer. Just like in soccer for instance, the vibe incites predictions and fans & players can bet on different categories which serves as a motivation for the game. Like in Engines of Fury for instance, gamers who have earned some tokens $FURY would always want to support the game or platform development so that the tokens they accumulated can be valuable. Now CEX like Bitget and a few others have listed the token bringing more exposure to the game itself. Or what would you say about that?

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Re: Anyone Still Gaming just for the Fun of it?
« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2024, 10:58:21 PM »
Really? Then we must be seeing things differently here. I see the ability to earn some cryptocurrency by playing games simply as the reward for being a passionate gamer. Just like in soccer for instance, the vibe incites predictions and fans & players can bet on different categories which serves as a motivation for the game. Like in Engines of Fury for instance, gamers who have earned some tokens $FURY would always want to support the game or platform development so that the tokens they accumulated can be valuable. Now CEX like Bitget and a few others have listed the token bringing more exposure to the game itself. Or what would you say about that?
The things you mentioned could become a reality during this bullrun, when GameFi projects can provide truly fun and rewarding games. It would be great if we had AAA games on the blockchain and developers didn't have to go to great lengths to use anti-cheat methods. I really look forward to playing Pokemon Go on the Immutable or Ronin blockchain in the future to own my Pikachu NFT ^^

However, for now, GameFi projects are still only attracting players based on Earn, not Play. Axie has AXS and SLP tokens, both of which have terrible tokenomics, other games are the same but still attracted players during the bullrun and then disappeared in the crypto winter. Some games are Free-to-play but they are not really attractive. They are all boring games that cannot compete with traditional games on the market.
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Re: Anyone Still Gaming just for the Fun of it?
« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2024, 03:56:32 PM »
~ I've been wondering if there are people who simply play virtual games just for the fun of it with no interest in getting rewards in crypto that could be converted to cash.
When these projects advertise/promote, their main talking point is the ability to earn some cryptocurrencies. That is why I don't expect them to attract passionate gamers who truly enjoys the game. I personally would not waste time with these P2E just for the sake of fun. Maybe some kids, who do not ha a real concept of money, will do.

Really? Then we must be seeing things differently here. I see the ability to earn some cryptocurrency by playing games simply as the reward for being a passionate gamer. Just like in soccer for instance, the vibe incites predictions and fans & players can bet on different categories which serves as a motivation for the game. Like in Engines of Fury for instance, gamers who have earned some tokens $FURY would always want to support the game or platform development so that the tokens they accumulated can be valuable. Now CEX like Bitget and a few others have listed the token bringing more exposure to the game itself. Or what would you say about that?
By passionate gamers, I mean those who play not because of the rewards and I also include those who do not see the value of their time as part of that group. I see no point playing for two hours or more and earn some tokens with little value when I can do something else that would pay more.

Some might stay but most of those you mentioned that would always want to support the game would likely disappear or lay low when the market goes south.

Exchanges listing gaming tokens means nothing because they can always delist that when volume gets low. They are simply for business and would not really care about the game when it no longer helps with their interest.

 

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