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Finally quit them all

ScarfeScarfe londonPosts: 281Member

I was desperately looking for an MMO to spend a bit of time on.  I tried new ones, retried old ones, and persuaded myself for a little while that I was enjoying them before logging out and moving onto another.  After my latest brief foray back into RaiderZ it has finally dawned on me that I could be doing better stuff with my time, so I have just uninstalled all of them.  

Likewise I might just lose this account as well since I find myself getting drawn into arguments that, when I take a step back, I realise I truly do not care about either way.   Yet, for example, I'll find myself sitting and writing about the virtues or pitfuls of GW2 at length.  Why do I care?  I don't even play it, and after my purge it is no longer even on my hard drive.  

Anyway, I am off to write the Chronicles of Scarfe.  Maybe you'll see it in a bookstore near you.  Laters.  

< Formerly Scarfe

 

currently playing: DDO, AOC, WoT, P101

Comments

  • MontaronxMontaronx SchiedamPosts: 267Member Uncommon
    Cya around mate :)

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  • DecadentiaDecadentia Saint John, NBPosts: 464Member

    I have an annual cycle, and what you just described is in it.

    -Be incredibly bored, look for video games

    -Spend a lot of time looking for a game, discussing games, but playing little

    -Go from game to game until I find something that hooks me

    -Play the game a lot and... feel guilty for all the time I sink into it... realize I could do something better with my time

    -Stop playing and do other hobbies/life things like guitar/writing/more time with the girlfriend/work/school

     

    I'm 28 now, and I've progressively been playing fewer video games as I've aged. It happens to most people, life just gets busy.

    Point is, I know how you feel, and best of luck to you.

     

  • outfctrloutfctrl Jacksonville, FLPosts: 3,619Member Uncommon

    Can I have your stuff?

    Sorry, had to say that.

    ;-)

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  • SoulSurferSoulSurfer Field of GloryPosts: 1,015Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by outfctrl
    Can I have your stuff? Sorry, had to say that. ;-)

    rofl!

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