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Has AI changed video gaming for the better?
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AI has grown in leaps and bounds to an extent where it is possible to mimic humans. In real war fare, an enemy can attack you without having a clear visual and we are beginning to see such possibilities in the gaming scene. Do you reckon that the gaming experience will get better, going forward?
I don't know if I want to compare the AI with real situations, but I don't feel like there is a lot of significance there and in the future. Mostly, I appreciate that we can choose the level of AI difficulty to play against. It's still much more fun to play with friends on your side, but I'll take what I can.
Likewise with the patterns of each player, when you know their moves, then you can create a strategy on how to defeat them. In a real-life scenario, I think they apply the same strategy. We have the reconnaissance group or infiltrators to determine the patterns of an enemy, then create a strategy out of those patterns.
I am currently not a big fan of AI games, but I do recognize and agree that it is still at the beginning stages and I believe that in the future it will be so much better and I may start enjoying it.
I like playing simulation games and I think this genre has the easiest AI opponent to beat because it always follows the same pattern. Knowing that pattern will help us gain the victory. The Sims, for me, is the easiest game to play.
It depends on the game. For example, the AI is pretty smart in the Metal Gear Solid games. I love that series. In most games the AI isn't that good. Especially playing a co-op. When you have an AI on your team instead of a real player, you're at a big disadvantage as the AI always makes the worst decisions and gets killed all the time.