Attack of The Fanboy waxes poetic about the ups and downs of having too many quality games to play, and the effect it has on games that are not the next Call of Duty or Halo.
I do but clearly the writer of this article doesn't even have time to go to the toilet in the morning from what I'm reading
He's a busy guy. Aren't we all?
nope I dont play RTS's (never have) fighting games anymore, racing games anymore, military shooter (may play BF3 though but had enough of CoD games), online shooters (takes up way too much time) and now im starting to cut out the big RPG's like Two worlds, dragon age however a game like Skyrim and a new fallout I would think twice I just dont have the time any more and so only play the games I really want
I don't have time to some good games, not counting bad games :) but when I have free time, especially in the evening I do play ...don't play RTS, Shooters (there are some exceptions), Racing ( I do play arcade racers like burnout, excitebots), point n click games anymore ... ..platformers, some arcade games, survival horror games, some hack n slash games (bayonetta, god of war), lots of 2D games, stealth games, some retro games FTW!!! :)
Time for bad games? No...thats why you do your best to spot a bad game ahead of time prior to buying it and avoid it at all costs. Its harder to do that obviously if hasn't come out yet and you aren't sure whether to pre-order it or not.
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