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I recently saw a documentary on internet cafe's in Japan. Actually it was about the homeless in Japan. Apparently some internet cafes run 24 hours and never close. The rates are so reasonable that people actually live there, sleeping on the floor at night. The rooms are completely enclosed but it's like a tall cubicle because the rooms are open at the top. One guy had lost his high paying job. One lady was a escort. So mostly just a lot of people struggling to get by.Luiden said:I thought about opening one up, the problem is you can't really make a lot of money with them unless you franchise it. The other problem is that as a general statement, millennials don't really understand what it means to make money and almost always there is a millennial who will open up another one down the street and no charge anything for the services.. which drive both you and them out of business. That's the main reason why you don't see a lot of them in the US.
OK, that's one.lahnmir said:I opened my wallet and am playing something pretty substantial right now, funny how that works.Octagon7711 said:Best way to vote for a game is with your wallet. So my wallet also stays closed until I see something substantial.
Criwfalls pre-alpha is better then most BETAs I've been in, it has already made a tremendous amount of progress in a relatively short time.
I really love computers and it helped me get assigned to a division involving specialized software training and presentations among others things. I would do computers all day at work then come home and play on my computers until bedtime, never got burned out.MrMelGibson said:If you really love gaming, I wouldn't do it for a living. You'll burn out and no longer enjoy your hobby. I imagine game testing is much different from just playing at your leisure at home.