Do you prefer playing against a live opponent or against an AI?

Do you prefer playing against a live opponent or against an AI?

  • I prefer multiplayer gaming or tabletop gaming face-to-face opponents

    Votes: 10 66.7%
  • I prefer solo gaming against an AI

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Makes no difference to me, I enjoy all types of gaming

    Votes: 5 33.3%

  • Total voters
    15

dlazov

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I enjoy both.

I used to play ASL face to face a lot, not its on occasion and via VASL.

I constantly play SP MBT and SP WW2 against the AI and on occasion PBEM. Both games have PBEM Campaign Games and I got to get in one last year it's pretty awesome!
 

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I play against lots of AI but the human element is far more interesting.
 

Dr Zaius

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None of the options really equate to the VASL
Experience.
I would still consider VASL a type of multiplayer gaming with a live opponent.

Honestly, face-to-face tabletop gaming, online multiplayer, PBEM, and gaming against an AI -- they all have their place and I've enjoyed all of them at one time or another.

Sure, face-to-face tabletop gaming is cool, but it's not the final word on gaming by a long shot. For instance, the giganic online battles seen in EVE Online, which involve 10,000 pilots or more, would not be possible in any other format.
 

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I would still consider VASL a type of multiplayer gaming with a live opponent.

Honestly, face-to-face tabletop gaming, online multiplayer, PBEM, and gaming against an AI -- they all have their place and I've enjoyed all of them at one time or another.

Sure, face-to-face tabletop gaming is cool, but it's not the final word on gaming by a long shot. For instance, the giganic online battles in EVE Online which involve 10,000 pilots or more would not be possible in any other format.
Except it's with 2 players
 

Michael Dorosh

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I was amazed to find that that AI in the PC version of Lock'n'Load Stalingrad could actually teach me to play the game better against a human opponent. Both have their advantages.
 
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