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    Default who has a hard time dealing with losing?

    i've always been that kinda person who never took losing well. I don't really get mad over losing when i understand what i did wrong or understand what i need to do in order to have a better chance at winning. Its when i don't know what to do and am not getting any idea's that i really lose it and get to "may potentially put peoples head thru wall" status. Anyone else like this?

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    Only times I don't handle losing well are in video games where online matches will say "you lose". That bugs the tar out of me. I already knew I lost, I don't need a reminder :P

    But games that end with words like "Defeat" or "failure/ failed" don't really bother me. Don't know why.

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    Usually only when it happens constantly. When that happens... I begin to feel like I'm just awful at the game & it's not even worth the time.

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    I used to box as a kid and I really hated to lose. It hurts. But yeah, I used to play a lot of adult league softball, and losing sucks.

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    I never mind losing as long as I am having fun. I think there was only one person that existed that caused me to get irritated when I would lose and that was because I rarely could ever win. I would play FPS games with him and if he got a hold of a sniper (Halo) or crossbow (Half-Life) .. then every time I would respawn I would get sniped.

    I once even decided to try to have a little fun with an aimbot .. and he some how still beat me. But ... I at least pissed him off for a while as he tried to figure out exactly what was going on.

    Edit: I suppose if someone was constantly bragging about winning, that could also irritate me.

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    Being considered the "golden child" of my family, failure hasn't been a favorable option for me, so I can admit to being a sore loser. Well, I suppose I've been getting better as I grew older; I only deal with losing well if it's a game I'm good at and understand why I lose. Super Smash Bros for example, I can handle losing in Melee, but in Smash Bros Wii U where the hitboxes make no sense and I can lose to a complete newbie just because they're playing as Cloud, that's harder for me.

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    MarchinBunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClandestineWing View Post
    Being considered the "golden child" of my family, failure hasn't been a favorable option for me, so I can admit to being a sore loser. Well, I suppose I've been getting better as I grew older; I only deal with losing well if it's a game I'm good at and understand why I lose. Super Smash Bros for example, I can handle losing in Melee, but in Smash Bros Wii U where the hitboxes make no sense and I can lose to a complete newbie just because they're playing as Cloud, that's harder for me.
    The worst thing ever is being killed by someone who gets the smash ball thing. I felt while it was a neat little feature to have fun with, it was more of a gimmick rather than a decent game mechanic to use during a serious game.

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    Yep, losing does feel bad, but unless it happens too often, I usually just accept it as part of the game. I guess I'm pretty bad at some games... so I guess it happens more often than I like to admit. Smash Bros is a game I used to be really good at playing. I guess until Brawl came out... I've been pretty bad at it and the new one. It's pretty frustrating. After the tenth straight loss, I'm usually ready to give up.

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    I am not proud of it but i'm a sore loser as well. and a bad winner too so thats just great right? uhm... with the help of my boyfriend i've been getting better tho! not so much bragging about winning and learning to take a loss without getting too angry. it's just when i'm by myself that i get more upset because i don't have someone to help me just anchor myself you know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brabbit1987 View Post
    The worst thing ever is being killed by someone who gets the smash ball thing. I felt while it was a neat little feature to have fun with, it was more of a gimmick rather than a decent game mechanic to use during a serious game.
    Thank you~

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