And particularly, rpg's/adventure games with a lot of grinding in them, which Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate may have.
I sort of feel guilty playing a game like this, that has hundreds of ours of gameplay, when I could be doing other stuff outside like throwing frisbees, going for walks, or running around in circles around a tree.
I sort of feel like 20+ years old gamers should stick to either playing really short games like arcade ones, or quite altogether, since we could be more productive doing other activities.
The only time you can be too old for video games is if you're finally unable to grasp any type of controller. --- "You can get can flipped just as easily in low-sec or null-sec as you can in high-sec. Think about it for a moment before you type." - pyber80
As I see it age has nothing to do with playing games. Older players tend to have slower the reaction times though. --- All is lost in the black of silence. Those who can see can not, but the blind see all.
There's nothing wrong with playing games as a 20 year old. Just don't tell people it's Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Just lie and say it's Halo, Metal Gear Solid, Skyrim or some other game that requires big boy pants. --- Insert signature here. GT = Nasty Ronco