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What the hell? Look, I’m not saying video games are heroin. I totally get that the victims had other shit going on in their lives. But, half of you reading this know a World of Warcraft addict and experts say video game addiction is a thing.
嗯 最近呢 报纸的头条说又有人因为沉迷游戏而死了
Of course, virtually every game of the last 25 years has included items you can collect in the course of defeating the game–there’s nothing new or evil about that. But because gamers regard in-game items as real and valuable on their own, addiction-based games send you running around endlessly collecting them even if they have nothing to do with the game’s objective.
Each of those techniques has a downside and to get the ultimate addictive game, you combine as many as possible, along with the “random drop” gambling element mentioned before (count how many of these techniques are in WoW). They get the hamster running back and forth from one lever to another to another.
Why do so many of us have that void? Because according to everything expert Malcolm Gladwell, to be satisfied with your job you need three things, and I bet most of you don’t even have two of them:Autonomy (that is, you have some say in what you do day to day);Complexity (so it’s not mind-numbing repetition);Connection Between Effort and Reward (i.e. you actually see the awesome results of your hard work).