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As you grow older, you'll play less games

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2 years ago#1
Because you get to the point where you've seen it all, and "done" it all. There's not much new material out there, folks...more of the same, with a fresh coat of paint on it. The shooters are mere clones, with new levels, and the other types of games (sports, adveture, etc.) have all been done before.

I know a lot of you get excited, but like I said, as you age, your gameplay will become less of your life.
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2 years ago#2
You're in 20's, aren't you.
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2 years ago#3
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Enjoy life while you can young-ens
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2 years ago#4
Disagree, on all points. Thanks though.
2 years ago#5
I'm 41. I'm playing the same amount of games I played in my 20s...maybe more, as I don't have to worry about dating.
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2 years ago#6
I game less often than I did in high school. But I'm not bored of it. Just pickier with less free time.
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2 years ago#7
Winternova posted...
I'm 41. I'm playing the same amount of games I played in my 20s...maybe more, as I don't have to worry about dating.


^ The exact same thing here...except that I'm 42.

BTW
I expect Hell to freeze over any time now, because I just agreed with WinterNova.
I always feared that this day would come.
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2 years ago#8
http://www.wunderground.com/weather-forecast/US/MI/Hell.html

It's currently 27.1 degrees in Hell.

I guess you were right about it freezing over.
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2 years ago#9
True that...

That's why I only have the time, urge and honestly the lust to play online FPS games.

Simply because I don't have to concentrate for a some campaign. I also hate long games, I get bored quickly and just want it to end.

Online is fun, fast and really relaxing. Direct action without any more effort.

That's also funny, a lot hate CoD and only think that kids play them, when actually, a lot of adult play them, but you only hear the kids on mics, because they have the time and urge to talk crap with strangers.

A gamer will never end his passion, but age/time will change how you feel about games. What games you like, the length of them and what time you have to spend on them.

I remember before how I loved to read all articles about a game, watch all news clips about it and even care what review it gets. Now, I really can't give a ****. I just walk in the store and see what's new and what looks good. Hype does not exist for me anymore.....

But, I'm just speaking for myself.
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2 years ago#10
From: SiriusSternFan | #001
Because you get to the point where you've seen it all, and "done" it all. There's not much new material out there, folks...more of the same, with a fresh coat of paint on it. The shooters are mere clones, with new levels, and the other types of games (sports, adveture, etc.) have all been done before.

I know a lot of you get excited, but like I said, as you age, your gameplay will become less of your life.

You're wrong. My proof? I'm me.

Sucks to be you.
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