Question for game players: Do you share your scores with your friends (for example, on social media) who play the same games, or do you prefer to remain modest and keep it for yourself most of the time?


6 Answers

Stormy-Lynn Calvert Profile

Some friends and I will come together with an xbox or two and set up a local connection and compete against each other. In that case, absolutely I'll brag about a win! Go Stormy Go Stormy!! :D

Aldrich Ames Profile
Aldrich Ames answered

Scores? Nah. I very highly doubt 99.99% of all the games I have have any "high score" in them as I've played every single one of them till I got bored with them. But if I'm better than them at a game, I'll boast and whoop their butt at it every time.

Maybe that's why no one likes me..../s

Sergio Jemas Profile
Sergio Jemas answered

I don't play very often, but I sometimes play on weekends. I can advise you a great game it is not very intrusive and many will like it. It is somewhat similar to Dota 2, but still very different, for example in Dota 2 items are usually bought only for beauty, in this game on the contrary. The game is called Diablo II Resurrected, very cool, you can buy different items that would pump up your character and increase the damage. I recently bought myself a thing called CoA, which I have long thought about, but my level did not allow me to buy it. I advise you to try it if you do play not so often, as well as I do, the game you might very much like.

Sophie Carroll Profile
Sophie Carroll answered

I already forgot when we met with friends outside of online games) We used to play board games a lot, but now there is no time for work and family. But we still sometimes play online games. For example, we play GTA with several friends. It's quite interesting that there are a lot of missions that we go through together, but it's always the first time) Suddenly you will have problems starting this game, this link will help you. Have a nice evening.

Nealious James Profile
Nealious James answered

Hello Daniel! High scores are meant to be shown off! These days, I play a speed game that’s all about scoring the most for a leaderboard placement: and each time I beat my best, the option to share my feat comes up! It’s optional, but I personally always choose to go for it! It’s then posted on Facebook and this often brings me new challengers! I also know some titles that offer the choice to share things on Twitter; this is also a pretty cool feature! Read more here: and hope this helps!

Answer Question