In fact I think its cool having oldies play. Will soon be joining the geriatric park with ye archaic gamers. --- "I prefer to call armour lock "an admission of failure" " - jimmytheballs Xbox Live Gamertag - Blue Idiot
I thought that I'd be the oldest/most pathetic person in this thread at 36. I might be a little more pathetic as I just bought a 65 inch TV in anticipation of playing H4.
Absolutely NOTHING pathetic about doing what you enjoy. I'll never understand the concept of people suddenly getting too "old" for things he/she takes pleasure in doing. Like I said in my last post, people are never judgmental when it comes to movies or music. When it comes to video games, it suddenly becomes an age limit? Ridiculous. I'll be gaming for as long as I can. I'm 25 and I see many more years left in me gaming. --- Can you say "the sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick?"
I didn't even start gaming as a real hobby until I was 29. Prior to that I was too busy with my social life. The PS2 was the first console I bought new since I had recieved an NES for xmas in 1987, lol.
The way I see it, when you're settled down with a family, gaming is one of the least expensive hobbies to have. It beats coming home from work and watching 5-6 hours of brain-melting garbage that passes for TV these days before falling asleep. My wife thinks its great that I game and always says she'd rather me play the latest whatever rather than be out at a bar or something. --- "Aren't you the guy that bought expensive HDMI cables claiming cheap ones funded terrorism?" -The Killer 5