How My Life Has Altered My Gaming -- in a Good Way

Layton Shumway: Growing up means less time for games. But it also means new and different gaming experiences. And that's a good thing.

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bbretterson2982d ago

I'm all for shorter games. They're quicker to complete, and they slot better into a busy schedule. Plus, I feel like they can be a bit more experimental, as they're generally a small investment for game companies.

Sadie21002982d ago

I'm in the exact same boat. When I was younger, I used to love JRPGs...and RPGs in general. Nowadays, I don't have the time, but I've also discovered new games because of that. I'm playing a lot of Tilt to Live on my iPad these days, cause I can do a game in 2-4 minutes....

Axecution2982d ago

...Wait, why are you on N4G? .....

BannedForNineYears2982d ago (Edited 2982d ago )

Wow....Minecraft has gotten more popular than most retail games.
I've been playing Minecraft since before he had the difficulty toggle. >_>

I'll second "I hate when real life gets in the way of my gaming."
Ever since I started college, I've practically forgotten all about my PS3/PC games.
I'm gonna die when Black Ops comes out....

But I totally agree with this article......
I threw an emulator on my PSP to try to finish up FF2(J) during one of my 3 hour breaks between classes.
I wouldn't have been playing FF2 if it weren't for college.....

FwanK2982d ago (Edited 2982d ago )

My work and my girlfriend are killing my gaming life

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