It just isn't good use of money, which is already tight enough given that whole recession thing.
Mar 28, 2011
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Mar 22, 2011
Amidst fluctuated and, albeit satisfactory articles, I have noticed myself facing an almost existential crisis in regards to my thoughts and feelings on video games. I can feel myself almost slipping away from a medium that I've grown up loving with all my heart - it raises a question that I think everyone really faces when it comes down to making the choice between growing up or growing old.
While I can sincerely say that I'm always going to derive some form of enjoyment out of games, I suppose what it ultimately boils down to is whether or not I can face the question of whether or not I can continue to not just relish in my passion but share it with the rest of the world. While I think I can, I imagine the frequency will be somewhat lessened as time goes on and my responsibilities to alternate activities step up to fill the void that had until several months ago been expressly held by video games.
Either way, I guess at the end of the day I can keep doing what I love and writing about that; come what may.
After all, it's not like anyone reads this damn thing.