[Legion Listens] What type of gamer are you?

Gamers! We come in all shapes and sizes, with vastly differing tastes. Perhaps you enjoy a quiet, relaxing farming-sim? Or are you more partial to a no-holds-barred explosive shooter? We’d like to know a little bit more about what types of gamers you all consider yourselves to be!

Below are six definitions of different types of gamers, and we want you to tell us which one you most identify with.

Of course, choosing just one might be hard – after you’ve made your choice, let us know what others also resonated with you in the comments.

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  • A little bit of everything except 'Achievement' gamer, there are some challenges that can only be achieved if you invest hours and extra hours to achieve them, and if you don't achieve them it can generate frustration, "Social game" since I enjoy playing with others but without wanting to compete (I tried it on LOL on first seasons and I got burned by competing in teams with people who didn't take the qualifiers seriously...).

    I love games that are about thinking, of a historical nature, investing in economy/resources, to be able to build your future, and to be able to negotiate, create alliances, defend yourself or attack others, like the vast majority of Paradox games (Hearts of Iron IV, Crusader Kings, Imperator Rome...), Age of Empires, Going Medieval. But a good game of action games to de-stress a little is good.

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  • A little bit of everything except 'Achievement' gamer, there are some challenges that can only be achieved if you invest hours and extra hours to achieve them, and if you don't achieve them it can generate frustration, "Social game" since I enjoy playing with others but without wanting to compete (I tried it on LOL on first seasons and I got burned by competing in teams with people who didn't take the qualifiers seriously...).

    I love games that are about thinking, of a historical nature, investing in economy/resources, to be able to build your future, and to be able to negotiate, create alliances, defend yourself or attack others, like the vast majority of Paradox games (Hearts of Iron IV, Crusader Kings, Imperator Rome...), Age of Empires, Going Medieval. But a good game of action games to de-stress a little is good.

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