I was just pointing out that most addicts don't do things because they want to. They do them because they need to. You stated that you don't even want to play the game that you keep playing every day. ...sounds like an addiction. Just saying. ...now be on your maladjusted way, boy.
If you could read, you'd know that I play because there is nothing else to do (at 1 in the morning). Sounds a lot more like someone is bored than someone is an addict.
Sure. ...nothing else to do. Gotcha.
Now playing Borderlands 2, Dark Souls, Dragon Quest VI (DS), TES V: Skyrim, Fallout: NV, Loco Roco Cocoreccho, Minecraft, NSMB, Secret of Mana, and Terraria.
I finally decided to pick up Distant Worlds and its first expansion . . . and I am so peeved at myself for not playing this game sooner. It really is the definitive space-based 4X strategy game. Really, the only thing that kept me from buying it sooner was the price, which seems high, but is well worth it considering how epic Distant Worlds is (and will be the only game of this genre I will need for years to come).
And even though I love GalCivII and MoO, I was itching for some new space-based 4X action. Sins wasn't doing it for me (unless I wanted an RTS fix); StarDrive is actually good, but needs more content-attention; and Endless Space is just so bland (but decent).
But Distant Worlds is the deep, strategic fix I was looking for. I can't stop playing.
. . . methodical, exacting, and worst of all, patient.