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As you grow older, you'll play less games
Grr, I told you I'm not responding further <insert meta baiting here>! I tried to keep the typing to a minimum. If you really care about all that stuff you can PM me and we can talk about it (eventually; I'd rather get to know you on better pretenses first), if not then we move on.
"You can use logic to justify almost anything. That's its power, and its flaw." -Kathryn Janeway
Yea I have only been a real gamer for 10 years or maybe a little less seriously. The last 5 years my gaming has really declined. I have never played multiplayer but beat a lot of games on the hardest setting for single player which took up a lot of time. And I am even counting bulls**t games too like Silent Hill and Resident Evil as beaten games. But yea the number of games is not that high.
I am pretty sure I want a XBox 360 4GB but I am not playing online just single player. I want games like MWarfare 1, GTA 4, racing games etc, I am just concerned about the thing breaking down. The last home console I had was a PS2 which is crazy to think it has been that long but that is the last generation where systems didn't have problems like RROD etc
This is what is wrong with gaming, today.
You wanna make me a sandwich?
JascoD posted...True that...
Uh, no. Its not.
My best friend is a life long gamer and former Nintendo only diehard who used to only play singleplayer stuff like Zelda and Mario. But now that he has a young son and achieved his dream of becoming a Marine he really only has the time or desire to play online only sessions on his Xbox 360 since Nintendo's online is bass ackwards and interactive stories just take too long now.
"Never ASSUME anything, for it makes an ASS out of U and ME." - Benny Hill
Grr, I told you I'm not responding further .
Liar, liar, pants on fire!
If you're omnipotent and all-powerful...why would you need to REST? On the 7th or ANY day?
I've been playing less and less but ever since high school. Now I'm in my twenties and nowadays rarely buy a game at launch, unless it's a really big title I've waited years for. In fact, most games I buy will usually have been out 6 months to a year after its initial release. Cheaper that way and I'm in no rush to get them anymore so it all works out.
I think another reason I play less is due to the fact that I simply can't plant my ass in front of the TV and play it for hours like when I was younger. I just can't do it, after about an hour I get burnt out and have to get up and do something else. I would not be surprised if I barely mess with games in a few more years really.
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