I really don't get it. I look at all those fortnites and PUBGs and whatever other generic same old kill each other type of sh** people play and cannot understand what causes these kind of games to be so popular. With singleplayer games its pretty obvious -- every time you get a more or less new experience that is embellished both artistically and mechanically to the degree that you can be immersed in it and extract an interesting and fun experience (in most cases). This is just a crude generalization of what single player games offer, but you get what im talking about if you played any good ones. With multiplayer though... I see people engaging mindlessly in the same activity just to feel a sudden burst of satisfaction that only leaves you empty after some time whilst making you crave for more. I'm not against multiplayer games per se, but the whole culture that it has built around it and the addiction that it causes in the young minds along with the fact that it's more popular than single player games is highly disturbing and I cannot grasp what's reason behind this. I assume that it's because western civilization is built upon competetive games which inturn made us create an economy almost solely based on competition but then there's the fact that loads of asians play Dota and league really well as far as I know. What do you guys have to say on all this?