So recently a lot of my friends have been pointing out all of these quirks I have when I play games. Obviously I've never been aware of them before, but now that they point them out I kinda notice them all the time now. They can be in-game or things you do while playing the game. For example: When playing RPG games with archery, I'll never train up any other combat skill so I end up having to fight enemies close range with my bow. This was pointed out while playing Skyrim, and now I find that I actually do this in a lot of similar RPGs. I also do the same thing in FPS with Sniper classes, I guess I'm just fascinated with marksmanship. While playing PC games I've never played before, I'll do a really fast quick run with cheats enable to get an idea of the controls and what I'll face in the game. I generally skip story elements and all that so the game still feels fresh when I replay it. People always ask me if that screws with boss battles cuz I have info on how to defeat them already, but this is false. 1 shot kill ftw. I never use hints on puzzle games, there have been times when I've been stuck for over half an hour and I refused to look it up/receive help. When playing a new Zelda console game, I'll always have a particular setting while I play. I'll have a bag of Tostito's or similar chips with some mild cheese dip, the room must be lighted in a specific way (relatively dark with little brightness) and I'll always be hunched over. I suppose I do this because this is how I played my first Zelda game, and ever since I wanted to recreate that feel for every new Zelda game. If I replay it, I don't do this. and of course I'm sure there's more, so I'll keep adding on whenever I think of them. tl;dr post your video game quirks.