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Spottily while Gaming

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I was wondering if there's a point listening to Spottily while gaming?

Does it draw you out of the game and distract you?

Or not?

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Spotify?

Depends on the game and the person playing said game. Personally I'll listen to music in casual non story driven games but quite rarely in competitive shooters like CS:GO where sound is actually crucial (but really in that game for example, if you don't have music blasting in the background you'll just have backseat gamers lol).


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1 minute ago, Communist_Empire said:

I was wondering if there's a point listening to Spottily while gaming?

My team mates don't seem to think so.


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46 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

Personally I'll listen to music in casual non story driven games but quite rarely in competitive shooters like CS:GO where sound is actually crucial

I like to play Deathmatch/Arms Race while I listen to some Podcasts. Great way to work on aim.

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Sure, sometimes I switch on some tunes when I run into the grindy or repetitive bits of a game (I mainly play RPGs, old RTSs, simulations).

 

But when I want full immersion, especially for games with voiced and meaningful dialogue, I usually abstain from the extra music. Dragon Age: Inquisition, for example. Its soundtrack is already brilliant, and overlaying my own music over the game's definitely detracts from the experience.


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