Is playing a game repeatedly over again and again considered OCD?

Muz1234

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I play my childhood game, again and again, everyday, and I don't play or do something else. Is this considered OCD?
 

CoolKevin

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life is repeated everyday
eat, shit, sleep,
 

komaro2001

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I was like that when I play at first. I played a lot of consecutive hours, like 5-6 hours. It damaged my health, I think, especially my internal biological clock for sleeping.

The best is to stop after an hour. Get 15-20 minutes of rest. Then start again. Shorter stints but with an obligatory stop.

I have a friend who only play the first two Lara Croft games. I don't understand it, but he is kind of the expert on those games. I wonder sometimes if he isn't stuck in a very narrow world vision. And part of his behaviour and opinions, kind of say that too.

Humans are strange man.
 

CoolKevin

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That lifestyle sounds kinda boring...

well if you do not do that, then you are a robot, and it is time to delete robots, and save us from reading rubbish