Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by GodofHardcore, Sep 14, 2013.
I tend to dream about fictional games instead of existing ones. No idea why.
Silent Hill 2 gave me the most horrfying dreams ive ever had the first time I played it from start to finish. Probably didnt help that I played it at night with all the lights off and waring noise cancelling headphones.
When I was a kid, I had a couple nightmares based on Dungeons of Daggorath for the Tandy Color Computer. (For those who haven't played it, it's a first-person, wireframe, real-time RPG/adventure with an intense, creepy/suspenseful atmosphere. Way ahead of its time.)
Hahaha. Good man!
I have no memory of any dream.
Although, for whatever reason, I remember most of my memories in 3rd person. By this, I mean real memories of actual life. Exceptions to this are video games, where I remember only the image on screen, and driving, where I remember it normally.
I assume this might have something to do with video games influencing my brain to think as such. That or possibly my ADHD is to blame.
PRE-POST EDIT: Actually, I do remember one thing that I am not sure what it is. It is a memory of my friend having a hacked Wii (homebrew channel) to play a modified Brawl with. Said friend denies ever hacking the Wii and I haven't thought of it until this thread jogged my memory.
I made a thread a really long time ago about me being in a game where my main weapon was an Axe. game seemed pretty awesome, then I woke up
I dream about many many things related to games. PokÃ©mon, Nights, Tomb Raider, Sonic, Blast Corps, Diablo, to name a few. Actually I believe that I have had dreams about a lot of games. Even simple games. Even things like Windows environment or house cleaning.
And I remember some weird effects in me after playing maybe for several hours for various days games like Tomb Raider, Duke Nukem 3D, Diablo, PokÃ©mon, Zelda...
Nothing really bad, just funny effects like going to the supermarket and having that strange feeling that those shelves could be jumped over or the way that I see the street while walking being "unnatural". The perspective is a bit affected for a while.
But I consider that pretty natural. The same happens when I spend the whole day wall climbing. The perspective of being hanged stays for a while.
I suppose the same happens while someone spend a whole day driving. But I'm not there yet cause I don't have a driver's license lol
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