That study/article also shows that gamers are steadily increasing. One thing to note is that " Angry Birds " " Candycrush " and w/e else mobile games they have out there count as " video games "
So a banker in his later 60's playing Angry Birds to kill time counts as a " video gamer " --- Until you can stop death herself, I will ignore you like I would the ants beneath my feet
#9arleasPosted 9/11/2013 7:57:26 PM
You might as well ask when I'll give up having dreams, having an imagination or having fun...
I plan to give up gaming when games are no longer worth playing or whenever I die, whichever comes first.
Gaming extends to far more than video games I might add... Even if video games became horribly boring I'd probably find some other form of gaming to amuse myself with. --- http://raptr.com/badge/dc821beb3ce7e522d4d6721ba24c11e0/fs.png http://i.imgur.com/KDYNR.jpg
#10strongo9Posted 9/11/2013 8:00:12 PM
Considering that video game development is to be my career one day, I'd say never. --- R.I.P. Mewtwo (1996 - 2013) i7-2670qm @ 2.2ghz | 6GB DDR3 | 1GB Geforce 540m