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Let's party like it is 1863!
I worked it out. 168 hours in a week, of which you spend;56 hours sleeping or resting40 working16 or so work related (lunch, travel to and from, prepping clothing, extra work stuff at home, and so on)20 or so living (eating, shopping, grooming, running errands, etc)That's 132 hours, leaving 36 for optional stuff.If you have family (like me), pets (like me) and interests other than computer gaming (like me), that leaves no more than 20 for games. A lot of weeks its only 10-15. It would be really really hard to spread that 10-20 hours a week over more than one game, unless you can take it from other categories. Who needs sleep? I can always work part time and live in a cardboard box! Who needs to shower? (ewwwww)Of course, there are those out there who game with their families or game for a living (lucky little shits) who can deduct time from the work and family categories. That is my holy grail, btw...So that's one game at a time for me, and right now that game is DCUO on Xbox One. When Bless Online releases, that will be the only one I have time for, and when Ship of Heroes goes into testing, well, good luck finding me anywhere else...
SWG (pre-cu) - AoC (pre-f2p) - PotBS (pre-boarder) - DDO - LotRO (pre-f2p) - STO - GnH (beta tester) - SWToR - Neverwinter