You might want to improve your gaming skills for any number of reasons. Maybe you play regularly with your friends and want to beat them, or maybe, you enjoy the challenge.
Perhaps you hope to have a career in video gaming, either through a streaming account where people watch you play or becoming a competitive gamer. Whatever reason you have for wanting to be a better gamer, you should know that it’s surprisingly hard work.
Getting better at gaming is like getting better at sports or any other skill. It takes practice. You won’t be able to pick up the controller after school or work and expect a massive improvement by dinner or bedtime. You have to commit and set aside some time to practice and play daily. The good thing is, it’s really fun, and, in most cases, the stakes aren’t high.
If you’re playing to get better, then you should avoid all distractions that might come up during your session. You’ve probably seen and participated in, trash talk and cross-talk during multiplayer play. You might have played some music while gaming as well. However, you must remove these distractions. Even if you are focused on the game, having music in the background means a part of your brain will be focused on the tune. If you live in a noisy house, then close the door and put on some noise-canceling headphones. This is especially important if you are playing a game or a section that involves rhythm or timing. You could end up playing to the beat of the music by accident and not the beat of the game.
You might think that playing on the hardest level would give you the biggest challenge, and therefore you would learn quickly. Think of professional baseball players. They start in the lowest level of the minor leagues, and then they work their way up. You should be the same. When starting a new game, play it on the easiest level. This will give you a chance to practice your moves and skills so that you can perfect them for the harder…
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