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...edback. Moreover, if one does not triumph over a level they can become overpowered by emotions of remorse, regret, irritated, or even annoyed. Nonetheless, these seemingly negative emotions will cause the player to either vow to not stop until successful or stop and take a break and let the intense emotions subside.
Overall, video games certainly do elicit emotions and even utilize them to gain popularity. Nevertheless, the process of provoking emotions differs between gaming formats and between differing players. Some may like the video games that relate to their own experiences, some may like the games that give them unrealistic opportunities, and some may like the games that require mental clarity and strategy. As technology advances video games will only become increasingly realistic and complex and with these improvements will come a deeper emotional connection.
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