Battle Royale Games Will Never Die -

Battle Royale Games Will Never Die

Basically Homeless
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In this video I will convince you why Battle Royale games are not another gaming fad, like Mobas or team deathmatches. But are in fact the final design of what a game needs to be. To fully captivate our human minds.

Ever growing external threat combined with helplessness, equality, Survival, instinct, scavenging, exploration. Combine this with 99 enemies, and the grip on our human physche is much more substantial than any other game style that has ever been released.
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, represented as a pyramid with the more basic needs at the bottom. The hierarchy remains a very popular framework in sociology research, management training.
Video games have previously revolved around the first two blocks of this pyramid sometimes three (mario games, shooting AI enemies) without the ability to move higher up the pyramid. This is due to many things.

This video is mostly my opinion but does include scientific facts. I have always thought about the science behind why we find Battle Royale games so fun, so I decided to make this video on it, hoping you would find it as interesting as I did.









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This video contains a scientific/broscience look at the psychology behind the Battle Royale genre of video games, and why it is so popular to us. This video points out that we have a deep psychological connection to the way these games function. The excitement of the stories that can be told through these BR games have created a spectator environment at the perfect time for spectators, as almost everyone can stream and share media today via YouTube.

Why are Battle Royale games just now sprouting up everywhere? Why are there so many BR games now as opposed to years and years ago? In my opinion, it is because computers and game consoles are just now becoming powerful enough to handle the map sizes and netcode of Battle Royale games. (although still not perfectly.)

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Human Nature

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Lord of the Flies

Why BR Games Are Everywhere

The Social Psychology Behind the Hunger Games


Chopin Mazurka Op.33 No.4 By Arthur Rubinstein

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  1. this isn't a basically homeless video. It's an exurb1a video

  2. Trust me it will die,it's only making people and their lives worse than ever and more agressive.It's not war we want it's the fun we deserve without being addicted.

  3. Holy. Shit. That statement at the end was insane to think about. Homeless, you’ve done a wonderful job on this👏👏👏

  4. Was waiting for the video to turn into a joke but it turned out to be incredibly deep wtf

  5. After rewatching this video im still not convinced. As people grow up, we are taught to learn from our mistakes and grow stronger so that we can overcome further challenges. (You see where I'm going with this) Battle Royale doesn't do this! Yes it may be fun the first few times to just play around and see how lucky you get but it doesn't last long for me. Even to this day when we have Apex Legends, battle royale games still feel like they are not helping us grow witch is a important part of doing most things including playing video games. When you try and improve on what you did wrong in your last game of Fortnite so that you can avoid it and win, it is stoped by every game being computer randomized. This makes people feel that learning and adapting from their mistakes is futile because it won't matter next game. This makes people play and act like braindead idiots and this kind of mindset carries on to the person as they play other games. Now battle royale can be fun for a little while a good time killer. A fun mindless distraction like roblox. But where it has gotten nowadays, how people now more rely on luck instead on skill and their own human intelligence is baffling and annoying to me.

  6. Me: loses 2 br games in a row
    Also me: hops on r6 to destroy kids
    Also also me: watches video and sees why I do this
    Also also also me:😯😯😯

  7. if only you waited a couple week for apex el oh el.

  8. Was waiting for the other shoe to drop the whole time

  9. That was really expansive of my knowledge and sort of tells me why fortnite is so big. Thanks Mr Homless

  10. Well it will and it already is and its due to its own fault. BR games have now consumed the market to the point where they cannibalize now. The over saturation of the market with FTP and P2P BR games is leading to its own demise and its swift.

  11. Still don’t care, battle royals games sucC

  12. Self actualization is a state of mental health not a feeling granted by a video game, infact video games more often strip self actualization then help it

  13. Y'all humans have no sense 😂… These games suppose to prepare us for …… (sorry comment was taken down.)

  14. BR will never die, Ninja will keep them alive.

  15. The inner machinations of our minds are an enigma.

  16. I love how 77% of people said BRs are dying… then Apex came out

  17. Battle Royals are popular because they are more challenging, they offer a greater sense of reward, and they allow you to collaborate better and more with your teammates, which creates a greater sense of camaraderie

  18. Yea five hundred billion billion posibilites on a checker board maybe in Narnia but not reality

  19. Is this really a video made by Mr. Hummus?

  20. Dying is a over exaggeration, games like team fortress 2 have been said to die for ages now yet there always remains a community. As long as you can still play the game with other people, its not dead.

  21. I want a milsim battleroyale, that I think I would enjoy, maybe…

  22. Who the fuck counted all the sand on the beaches

  23. They need To die bc It's CANCER

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