Satisfaction is the capacity of the object to satisfy wants, wishes, needs, and the aspirations of the subject.
Satisfaction is the capacity of the object to satisfy wants, wants, and the aspirations of the subject.
Satisfaction is one of those things that people don’t think about enough. In real life we have goals and we have desires, and that’s all we need to know. There’s no reason to think that these things need to be “satisfied” just to exist. But in the case of the video game world, this is something that we have to deal with all the time.
Satisfaction is one of those things that comes into play when you have a goal that you want to achieve. We all want to be happy, and every game we play or play through has a goal that we want to reach. If we start to think of the video game as a thing that has a goal, we can forget about the other parts of it.
The thing about video games that I was trying to get at in my last post is that the way to achieve those goals is not by just playing the game. You want to play the game for a certain amount of time, you have to play it in that way. But you can also play it by letting it fill your needs, or by changing your needs to satisfy the wants of someone else.
Games like The Sims, Fallout, or Portal are games that do this very well. They let you satisfy your wants and be satisfied with the results of doing so. Games like Halo or Call of Duty are games that don’t satisfy your wants as well, but only because the results of doing so are so satisfying. The idea of “a good or service to satisfy wants” has been around for a long time.