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User Info: xMark

xMark
3 years ago#21
I literally chew on my tongue, like it's gum.

Is that weird?

User Info: 656stooge

656stooge
3 years ago#22
If I get stressed out I get an eye tick. I was also just playing a game that made me rage so hard that I swear I bent my controller a little. Would have snapped it in half if I didn't remember Bad Boys 2's "Whoooosa..."

But that last one might not be what you were getting at.
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User Info: simonbelmont2

simonbelmont2
3 years ago#23
xMark posted...
I literally chew on my tongue, like it's gum.

Is that weird?


Me too, I don't do it now but I used to while playing games when I was younger. I also do the lean thing when going round corners in a racing game or trying to make a big jump in a platformer.
and when he crossed the bridge the phantoms came to meet him

User Info: reseacher2000

reseacher2000
3 years ago#24
When I fall down a hole in Mario or sonic. My ears pop out. Not literally, but extend outward as if I really fell down a hole and was caught off guard
GT:gansterchief

User Info: Gary Stanton

Gary Stanton
3 years ago#25
In a level, from a very high distance, If I jump from one platform to another, - even if I make the jump, or if I'm standing still and not paying attention to my surroundings, and I fall, the bottom part of my body experiences a "dropping feel"- particularly my legs, it felt that I was falling in real life. (If that makes sense)
"War as a video game; what better way to raise the ultimate soldier?" - Solid Snake

User Info: Gary Stanton

Gary Stanton
3 years ago#26
GrimKusanagi posted...
No twitches but I got a migraine every time I tried playing Bioshock. Had to get rid of it.

You must be new to FPSs. You're not used to motion sickness.
"War as a video game; what better way to raise the ultimate soldier?" - Solid Snake

User Info: Guide

Guide
3 years ago#27
I feel like I went down a very short roller coaster, when falling from great height in a game. Remember the spire from Reach?
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