2 comments on “Difficulty in difficulty

  1. I agree with you for the most part since I also enjoy the challenge of having to think about the game and how I’m supposed to play it. That’s one of the reasons I’ve enjoyed Puzzle Quest, since the simple puzzle-mechanic is expanded with character building and strategies.

    But I do also enjoy games like Super Meat Boy and VVVVVV that give require me to master the controls. I have noticed that I am much more willing to endure doing repetitive tasks if I know that I have unlimited amount of tries to get it right.

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